- Caroline Kurze
This new body of color work, completed over the past three years by David Stephenson, records Gothic architecture in Northern European churches and cathedrals. In this series, images of naves, crossings, apses and choirs are combined into diptychs and triptychs to create anthropomorphic designs. Using long exposures, Stephenson continues to explore notions of the sublime in architecture. The sites include Notre Dame and Sainte-Chapelle in Paris, Chartres, the cathedrals in Laon, Mechelen, Soissons, and Ghent and chapels in Bath, York, Lincoln and Cambridge.