Frantiskanska, Bratislava, Slovakia, 11th November 1997, 12.00
© Mark Johnston 1998/

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Frantiskanska, Bratislava, Slovakia, 11th November 1997, 12.00 Edition 1/10 1998
  • Scottish Art
In this image two circles of photographs are spliced together on an aluminium base, each row photographed at a different angle. Johnston uses a camera mounted on top of a six-metre pole. He developed the technique in order to photograph Neolithic sites, offering a complete concentric birds-eye viewpoint of their formation. This unusual perspective involves the viewer more intensely in the process of looking.

Glossary Open


Refers to the culture of the late Stone Age, characterised by sophisticated stone tools and the appearance of pottery and weaving.


The principle of representing depth on a flat surface so that items further away from the eye appear smaller and parallel lines appear to converge.

Neolithic, Perspective


  • Acc. No. PGP 255.1
  • Medium 48 silver gelatine prints on aluminium
  • Size 82.00 x 82.00 cm (framed: 95.00 x 94.00 x 2.20 cm)
  • Credit Presented by the photographer 1999