Freddy Griffiths cultivates a diverse photographic practice centred around a personal archive, comprised of personally authored photographs and other ephemeral imagery. He uses this archive to explore new narrative scenarios for the viewing of physical photographs. Recently this has led to a number of site specific architectural installations, utilising purpose made tables, containers and lighting.
His interests in this area have been framed by a spatial concept of photographic knowledge, utilising fictionalised and misleading elements to decide on edits for exhibition. Griffiths is keen on exploring chance outcomes through audience participation as a future means of furthering iterations of his archive.
He lives and works in Nottingham.
Image Credit: Installation View, One Thoresby Street, 2020. Freddy Griffiths