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 […]
Join Miniclick in Brighton in September with Homer Sykes and Janine Wiedel as we look at the documentation of resistance.
Categories: EVENTS • Tags: brighton, discussion, dispute, documentary, england, free, homer sykes, industrial, janine wiedel, photo, photographer, photography, political, politics, protest, resistance, strikes, sussex, talk, uk, usa
One week to go! For Day 18 of the Grand Miniclick Photobook Advent Calendar (which, we need to stress again, is not a definitive list nor is it counting down to a number one), Jim picks out a favourite from AMC, their ‘Amore e Piombo’… ‘Amore e Piombo’ translates to English as ‘Love and Lead’, and so this book of images taken from the archives of Italian agency, Editorial Team Service, traces the Italian ‘Years of Lead’ – the years […]
Categories: BOOK REVIEWS, WRITING • Tags: 1970's, advent calendar, amc, amore e piombo, archive of modern conflict, book, Frederica Chiocchetti, italian, italy, journalism, miniclick, photo, photobook, photographer, photography, political, politics, review, Roger Hargreaves, seventies