Liz Orton will be speaking at our June talk Photography & Landscape. Her work explores landscape as part of a practice that deals with notions of technology, ecologies and human activity. Leading up to the talk, we interviewed her about the work and her use of landscape… +++ Your views on landscape merge scientific approaches with questions about the photographic apparatus. How did you first become interested in geology and its forms of representation? I’ve always been fascinated by non-photographic […]
Katharine MacDaid will be speaking at our June talk Photography & Landscape. Her photographs take us to a variety of outdoors scenarios in different countries and cultures. In the run-up to the talk, we interviewed her about the work and her use of landscape… +++ Your early projects are mainly portraiture based, what made you shift your interest to landscape photography? It was not a conscious choice to shift my interest to landscape photography, I made some great portraits […]
James William Murray uses photography as part of a multi-disciplinary practice. After speaking about his work for us at April’s talk about photography and sculpture, we interviewed him regarding his practice and his current solo exhibition Desire Works… +++ Fragility and the ephemeral are intrinsic to your exploration of desire and absence. How does photography convey those notions? One of the ways I think about photography is as a container for sculptural and performative gestures that may only exist for the duration of an […]
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Ahead of Miniclick’s Behind the Beat exhibition, we spoke to photographers Ellie Ramsden and Carly Tyrell.
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Our next talk will be on the subject of HOME on Mon Feb 20th in Brighton. To warm up for it, we spoke to Daniel Castro Garcia and Thomas Saxby from John Radcliffe Studio about their work Foreigner: Migration into Europe 2015-2016, which has earned Daniel the BJP International Photography Award 2017… Foreigner: Migration into Europe 2015-2016 is a response to the media coverage of the European migration phenomenon. How was the project born? Thomas Saxby: The story of migration to Italy […]
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