Minerals with Ally Lethbridge & Tamsin Green, 14th Aug ’18

This August, Miniclick turns it’s attention to Minerals, of a sort, with talks from Alexandra Lethbridge and Tamsin Green. The recent winner of the Voies Off Award at Arles, Ally will be talking about her work ‘The Meteorite Hunter’, while Tamsin Green will discuss ‘Born of the Purest Parents’, the book of which was nominated for the Kassel Dummy Book Award and the MACK First Book Prize.


Tuesday 14th August, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm.  The Old Market, Brighton. 

Free Entry.


Ally Lethbridge




Alexandra Lethbridge (b.1987) is a visual artist born in Hong Kong and based in the UK. She graduated from the University of Brighton with a Masters in Photography in 2014. Previous education has included Winchester School of Art, UK and the International Center of Photography, New York.

Found photographs, archival imagery and constructed images of her own making form the basis of Alexandra Lethbridge’s research-based practice. Drawing upon a range of references and source material, she combines scientific theories with fictional constructed images, bringing them together as a form of storytelling.

Her work has been exhibited widely with recent exhibitions including Unseen Festival, Amsterdam, Copenhagen Photo Festival, Denmark and Christie’s Auction House, London.

She was a finalist for the ING Unseen Talent Award and Fotofestiwal Lodz, as well as being selected as a winner for the Format Festival Affinity Award.

In 2014, she was shortlisted for the Paris Photo Aperture Foundation First Photo Book Award for her first publication ‘The Meteorite Hunter’, which is also included in the book collection at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.


Tamsin Green




Tamsin is an English photographer and architect based in London. Her work explores imprints on the landscape, mapping journeys from human to geological scale. Her major projects include Sleeper (2012-2015) and Born of the Purest Parents (2016-2018). Her photographs and books have been exhibited and published internationally.
“Fundamental to human life, for millennia we have sought out salt. A search for the familiar daily grain in the vast expanses of the salt mountain, pan, lake and vein. Equipped with a geologists toolkit I went out into the field, following well worn paths, maps, and google earth images. Born of the Purest Parents oscillates between the fragmented mineral specimen and the topographic survey. Through closely observed landscape features, scale and alienation are explored within both natural and man-made places.”
Tamsin’s first book, Born of the Purest Parents (2018) was self-published as a handmade limited edition of 35. The book concept was developed with Yumi Goto at Reminders Photography Stronghold, Japan. The book was nominated for the MACK First Book Award 2018, and shortlisted for the Kassel Dummy Award 18.


Tuesday 14th August, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm.  The Old Market, Brighton. 

Free Entry.


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