Exhibition opening times: Wed-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 11-4
Opening night: March 9, 6pm
For catering purposes, please register your attendance here
Cash bar will be available on the night
Artist’s floor talks – Wed-Fri 6-7pm, Sat-Sun 3-4pm
Thursday March 10, 6pm – Marc Pricop
Friday March 11, 6pm – Louis Lim
Saturday March 12, 3pm – Chris Bowes
Sunday March 13, 3pm – David Mines
Wednesday March 16, 6pm – Elise Searson
Thursday March 17, 6pm – Richard Fraser
Friday March 18, 6pm – Gillian Jones
Saturday March 19, 3pm – Thomas Oliver, Skype session
Every photograph is a document. A photographic document may be about a friend’s smile, a family event, a dramatic storm cloud or a dent in a car door – but what about documents that tell us about the greater aspects of life in our times? These photographs that may be about the tragedies of human suffering, of rituals and habits, of things that escape our casual view of the world and documents of hidden acts, a performances or a ‘happenings’.
The documentary photographs in this exhibition are made by photographers working not as the casual iPhone snapshot ‘photographer’ of today, but rather individuals who embed themselves in human and natural environments to witness, to empathise and to document with a camera so a story can be shared.
The documentary photographers in this exhibition present their work as evidence of what they have seen, felt and been touched by. This work represents new photodocumentary practice and will place viewers in situ – surrounded by issues of contemporary life…