Working under a sole identity, iPigeon are a artist collaboration formed by photographers Huw Alden Davies and Daniel Staveley, dedicated to exploring visual concepts and theory through traditional and contemporary processes, which inform both their professional and teaching practice.
Inspired by the concept of cultural manifestation and social phenomena, Davies and Staveley’s ongoing projects explore the boundaries of social perceptions in the shift of technological advances. Driven by the development of photographic processes utilising a mixture of photographic mediums ranging from silver based papers to mobile technology, Davies and Staveley are interested in creating artworks that challenge convention.
Exploring ideas based loosely on current social and cultural events Davies and Staveley’s large-scale photographs are an unorthodox and paradoxical display of visual dialect using pixilation and silver technology. Employing informal aesthetical properties, these works attempt to reflect and question the impact of the modern world, while examining the impetus of technological influence and immediacy.