Martin Seeds engages with the conflicting experiences of Northern Irish identity, politics, culture and nationality through his practice. We spoke to him following up Miniclick’s August talk On Catharsis… +++ After a career in IT, you focused your practice on photography. Would you say this background influenced the way in which you take pictures and enhanced your interest in technology? In my previous career, I treated technology as a tool to assist me to achieve something and that is how I […]
Miniclick are back in Leeds, with Village and The Brunswick, to present an evening of talks from Chris Nunn and Murray Ballard.
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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 […]
Globetrotting status does not always lend itself so well to be able to book in talks, but we’re exceptionally pleased that after chatting for a while over email, we’ve been able to get Jon Tonks booked in for a free talk down in Brighton on March 20th! Jon will be talking about his beautiful and fascinating project, ‘Empire‘… Thursday March 20th. Doors at 6pm, talk starts at 7pm. Free Entry at The Old Market, Brighton. Free Entry ‘Empire’ is a fascinating journey […]
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