P07382 NO DARKNESS 1979
Black and white photograph and letraset mounted on paper, 54 × 43 1/2 (137.2 × 109.9)
Purchased from the Waddington Galleries (Grant-in-Aid) 1980
Exh: Art Anglais d'Aujourd'hui (Collection Tate Gallery, Londres), Musée Rath, Geneva, July–September 1980 (6, repr.); Medunarodna Izložba Likovnik Umetnosti Beograd'80, Muzej Savremene Umetnosti, Belgrade, October–December 1980 (Fulton 3, repr.)
This account is based on an interview with the artist (15 May 1980). It has been approved by him.
'No Darkness’ resulted from a walk Fulton undertook when he went to Iceland in 1979 with the artist Roger Ackling. Fulton accords equal importance to the photographs and texts he combines in his work, and here the printed text beneath the photograph supplies details about the location and duration of the walk, ‘A COASTAL WALK IN NORTH WEST ICELAND, HOLMAVIK TO HOLMAVIK June 5–12 1979’, and also records his observations about aspects of the landscape which are not shown in the photograph…