Miniclick’s final photography talk in Yorkshire for 2017 looks at the Earth and the Stars with Melanie King and Al Brydon.
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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 […]
Over the course of our ‘Another Way of Looking’ season back in November, we had a couple of people helping us out that went above and beyond in donating their time and efforts as we hosted events, workshops and exhibitions. Turns out, they were both photographers too, so we thought we’d take a look at their work on our blog… Jo Dressler Jo’s work beautifully combines her illustration with her photographic portraiture to create these striking images, influenced by her […]
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We’re coming to London! In a month punctuated with trips away from out seaside base (we’re also going to Leeds on October 2nd), we’re linking up with Anise Gallery in Shad Thames (5 mins from London Bridge station) to put on a panel discussion on contemporary landscape photography to coincide with a exhibition of Marc Wilson’s “The Last Stand” project. Thursday October 17th, 7pm (doors at 6:30pm). Free Entry at Anise Gallery. The panel will be talking about how landscape […]
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