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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Our good friends, Hoxton Mini Press, are crowdfunding for a brand new series of books that mark a departure of sorts from their previous output. With just over 24hrs to go until the deadline for the Kickstarter (which you can support here), we caught up with Martin Usborne from HMP to discuss the new series… Martin Usborne: HMP started after I made a small book about an old man that I once saw outside my window in Hoxton. I was fascinated by him […]
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A few years ago, Alma Haser and Emily Macaulay met at a Miniclick event. Through a mutual love of paper engineering, a unique collaboration began around Alma’s Cosmic Surgery portraits. Now an entire world has been imagined, and the Cosmic Surgery team are looking for help to fund a second edition of the book on Kickstarter. We spoke to Emily about the world they’ve created, the nature of collaborating and what to expect from the new book… Cosmic Surgery […]
Mornings can mean completely different things to different people. In Ante Meridiem (a publication submitted to our Mobile Library in 2015), Richard Higgenbottom of Tide Press invited a group of photographers from around the world to respond to that particular time of day visually. The results are beautiful. We spoke to Richard about the process of putting the publication together. Can you introduce us to Ante Meridiem? Ante Meridiem is a collaborative photographic work themed around morning time. The idea was […]