This month Miniclick explores catharsis with Dulcie Wagstaff and Martin Seeds. Artistic practice is within itself a process of working through emotions. Photography not only allows the photographer to go through this process but often records others going through this process. Both of our speakers this week explore different sides of this and the emotional relationship between photographer, subject, and the act of photographing. +++ Monday 14th August 2017. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm. The Old Market, Brighton. Free Entry. […]
Working with Gordon MacDonald, Miniclick present CONTROL – a series of exhibitions and talks examining how images are used to manipulate.
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Along with UWE’s graduating students, Miniclick present an evening of talks and discussion in London from Sian Davey, Jon Tonks, Daniel Meadows and Josh Lustig.
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To coincide with International Women’s Day and the Women of the World Festival at London’s Southbank Centre, we’re hosting a very special incarnation of our ongoing project, The Heart Grows Fonder, at The Feminist Library in London. The event will also feature a screening of Lynn Hershman Leeson’s film !Women Art Revolution. Join us for fe(mail)… +++ Saturday 12th March. Midday to 6pm. The Feminist Library, London. Although entry is free, we suggest a donation to The Feminist Library to help them maintain their […]
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Something we’re really keen on at Miniclick is experimenting with the ways in which photography can exist outside of ‘the photography bubble’. With events and projects like The Heart Grows Fonder and Photographer Writer Illustrator, we’ve tried to encourage photography to play nicely alongside other creative disciplines. These sorts of collaborations have spawned some of the most exciting bodies of works, personal reactions and experiments in Miniclick’s last five years. With that in mind, and to coincide with the launch of […]
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Earlier this year we picked up a copy of Annie Collinge’s “Five Inches of Limbo” – a photobook that combined beautiful and humourous photographs with a design to match. It became an early runner in Miniclick Towers for photobook of the year. Annie is a former Brighton student, so we we already aware of her great work, and we’re delighted to bring her back to Brighton so she can talk to us about her photography in more detail. +++ Tuesday 12th May. Doors […]
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Two years ago we headed to Liverpool to be a part of their international photography festival, LOOK, and we’re delighted to be heading back to be a part of their opening weekend again in May this year with CUT & PASTE. We’ll be at Tate Liverpool on Albert Dock, working alongside their exhibition of György Kepes‘ beautiful pictograms and photomontages. Visitors will be invited to create their own unique photomontage that they’ll be able to take home with them. Their montages will also be included […]
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