In May we are exploring murder. The use of photography as forensic evidence has effected how we see photography as a medium. We hope to explore this relationship further by looking at the work of Rob Ball and his project Scene of Crime. We also have photographer Jack Latham, creator of Sugar Paper Theories, in conversation with Gísli Guðjónsson. The two will explore Gísli’s influence on Jack’s work and his experiences in forensic psychology. +++ Wednesday 2nd May, 2018. Doors at 6pm, kicks […]
As part of Miniclicks’ CONTROL programme, Jack Latham presents a new installation on his project Sugar Paper Theories.
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