Well known for her work with Polaroid and the 20 x 24 studio in New York, Carey's work explores colour and light through camera-less techniques. ‘Light-Struck’ brings Carey's photograms and giant Polaroid prints to the Fox Talbot Museum, including a piece “Crush & Pull with Hands, Penlights & Spruce Needles” created especially for Lacock. This piece is directly inspired by Talbot’s own ’A Cascade of Spruce Needles’ photogram.
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- Meeting point
Find Light Struck in the exhibition space in the Fox Talbot Museum on Lacock High Street, next to Visitor Reception.
The exhibition takes place over two floors. There is a lift to the upper level located near the entrance to the museum. Please ask for any assistance at visitor reception.
The Fox Talbot Museum is open all year and entry is included with general admission to Lacock Abbey and gardens. You will not need to book a ticket in advance. Free for National Trust members.