Dominic Pote paints with light. Cartier-Bresson talked of the photograph’s ‘decisive moment’, that potent instant frozen forever within a single frame. But Pote, without the aid of a digital camera or other technological devises, creates images that suggest the actual experience of time. Hazy and dreamlike his photographs imitate the process of memory itself.
His subjects are seascapes, architecture and landscape for he is attracted to the point where places meet; the city and the skyline, the shoreline and the sea.