Sam Hiscox’s first solo show, Everything Tomorrow, is on at HOTSHOE 333 now.
Hiscox creates an environment where the idiosyncrasies and imperfections of our surroundings and intimate relationships remind us what it means to be human and to love.
In a political, social and cultural climate constantly in flux, it becomes easy to lose ourselves in the pursuit of materialistic goals and yearnings for success.
Hiscox presents an alternative: slowing down time with his camera, he affords his audience a moment for reflective introspection.
He aims to bring us back down to earth with a revitalised emotional awareness, reminding us of the potently beautiful web of relationships intrinsically connecting us all.
Sam Hiscox (b. 1984) lives in London.
He was drawn to making photographs from a very young age and shaped his natural instinct into a career.
Over the past decade, Hiscox has produced a catalogue of work focused on delivering poignancy to the basic human experience.
His genuine and honest works portray friends, family, intimacy, relationships and solitude in seemingly surreal yet familiar spaces.
The aim is to bring a tangible and relatable sense of comfort in knowing every facet of our emotional and physical existence has equal place in our world and his.
Spectrum Photographic is the print sponsor for the exhibition.
We produced work on a variety of Giclee, C-type and specialist papers.
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Everything, Tomorrow, HOTSHOE 333, 333 Portobello Road, London, W10 5SA, to January 7, 2018.
You can see more from Sam this week as he takes over the Spectrum Instagram account.
Main picture: Sam Hiscox: Everything, Tomorrow © HOTSHOE 333
Copy editing by Sheena Campbell.