Talk: David Fathi at The School of Miniclick – Sat 18th June

For one long weekend this June, from Friday 17th to Sunday 19th, Miniclick are taking over the Eranda Studio at The Photographers’ Gallery, turning the space into a secondary school of photography. The faculty at The School of Miniclick will present their curriculum – a series of talks, workshops, fun and games from a wide range of guest teachers, including David Fathi, Lumine’s Lab, Amak Mahmoodian, Rhiannon Adams, Kevin Meredith and many more.

You can read all about it here.

Our Science department welcomes new members of the faculty, David Fathi who will be visiting from Paris to do a talk on his work which merges his interests in science, technology and photography, and Lumine’s Lab who will be running a science and photography workshop. More on Lumine’s Lab family workshop can be found at this link.


Sat June 18th, 2016 – 5pm

The Eranda Studio at The Photographers’ Gallery, London


David Fathi




David Fathi is a French photographer, born in 1985 who lives and works in Paris.

After completing a Master’s degree in Mathematics & Computer Science, David Fathi starts an artistic research in photography side-by-side with his career in engineering. This double practice can be perceived in his photographic work as an intense passion for science and the limits of knowledge.

Anecdotal, a series about the seemingly fictional, but absolutely true, stories around nuclear testing has been exhibited in festivals in France, England, Ireland and Portugal. It also received the special mention for the prestigious Prix Levallois. The compilation of these strange anecdotes has been published in book form by Maria Inc. in 2015, and was shortlisted for the Arles’ Best Book award.

Wolfgang, his new series, retraces a strange myth about one of the founders of quantum physics. This still-ongoing series was initially conceived in residency at La Villa Pérochon in 2015.




Sat June 18th, 2016 – 5pm

The Eranda Studio at The Photographers’ Gallery, London


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  1. Pingback: The School of Miniclick – June 17th to 19th | The Miniclick Photo Talks

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