Dominic Pote is an artist working somewhere between the film maker and the still photographer. His exposures lasting as long as he keeps moving. Framed by the physical act of walking, his images are both literal and metaphorical journeys. Movements through space so that there remains something of the organic feel of their making. His work reveals the underlying spiritual significance of place. Whether an open landscape or the middle of a city, he presents us with the human experience. That which lies between movement and stillness, between the visible and invisible, between time and eternity.
Dominic Pote studied Photography at Nottingham Trent University from 1997 – 2000 where he attained a 1st class honours degree in Photography in Europe. During his second year his study was divided between two European institutes: Die Hochschule fur Grafik und Buchkunst – Leipzig, Germany and Famu School of film and photography, Prague, Czech Republic
Dominic’s large-scale works have been placed in many private homes as well as public and private collections. Commissioners of his work include Barclays Bank, The British Council and P&O.
- Nottingham Trent – BA Hons Photography in Europe
- Die Hochschule fur Grafik und Buchkunst – Leipzig
- Famu School of film and photography, Prague
- Art Moorehouse, London
- Envie d’Art Gallery, Paris
- Shorelines, Hellenic Centre
- Woolff Gallery, Shoreditch
- Birmingham Queen Elizabeth Hospital
- Scarborough Hospital
- Salisbury Hospital
- Gloucester Royal Hospital
- Goscote Monumental Art Project
- Wall Panels
- Photography Printed on Panels
My work reveals the underlying spiritual significance of place. That which lies between movement and stillness, between the visible and invisible, between time and eternity.