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Tim Richardson makes images acutely attuned to their time – a visual fusion of classical beauty and sensual futurism. His work embraces the emotive potential of cinema and also moves far beyond the camera. The results are mesmerising, spectacular and dreamlike images that radiate with colour and movement. Our brief? To establish a publication of significant presence that captured the skull-cracking narrative of Tim's body of work.

Physical Frequencies is an artefact of significant scale and weight. The publication commences instantly upon the outside of the cover and only briefly pauses within its centre to present a supporting essay and title treatment. Without a spine, the artefact provides an immersive, immediate and uninterrupted presentation of the work.

Tim’s images trace the skull-cracking, nihilistic rhythms of industrial music, expressionist painting and punk rock – Russell Storer.

Responding in part to Russell Storer's essay on Tim's work and the observation that “...running more on a loop...Tim's images trace the skull-cracking, nihilistic rhythms of industrial music, expressionist painting and punk rock, but insert a certain romanticism: emphasising the power of feeling to overcome the limits of technology, the body, and their uneasy fusion".

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