Brighton: ROBOTS with David Vintiner and Gem Fletcher, 25th April ’18

After the beast from the east cancelled our night of ROBOT talks in Feb, we’re back with David and Gem in April…

The endless debates about the future of robotics, humanoids, androids and AI have been gaining increased momentum in the last few years with technological advances adding an increased urgency. This hasn’t been missed by the photography community and in February Miniclick present two excellent speakers on the subject. Join us on Tuesday 27th Feb in Brighton for talks from David Vintiner with Gem Fletcher.


Weds 25th April, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm. Upstairs at MarwoodsBrighton. 

Free Entry.


David Vintiner


james young


David Vintiner is a London based photographer best known for his portraiture.  He has worked with a wide variety of editorial and commercial clients worldwide and is regularly commissioned by The Guardian, Esquire, The Sunday Times, Variety and Wired.  His personal work concentrates on human behaviour, exploring unique communities and events that connect people.

David’s work has been selected for a number of awards including The National Portrait Gallery’s Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize & the Creative Review Photography Annual.


Biological evolution is being surpassed by technological evolution.  As technology and access to technology becomes ever more democratised it fosters a culture of hacking, disruption and invention allowing the individual to design their own evolution.  Although they come from distinctly different backgrounds, from academia through to experimental bedroom hackers, transhumanists remain passionate about how technology can improve the world or improve the human experience in the world.

David will be joined by artistic director and Transhuman collaborator, Gem Fletcher

Gem Fletcher is a creative director and consultant specialising in photography. Discovering and guiding emerging talent is central to her work. She collaborates with photographers on commercial, editorial and personal work.

She is Photo Director for Riposte Magazine and contributing editor for Creative Review and The September Issues.  She also writes about art, photography and culture for a range of publications including Elephant, Avaunt and LadyBeard magazine.


Weds 25th April, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm. Upstairs at MarwoodsBrighton. 

Free Entry.


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