'Merge Visible' Exhibition
Merge Visible, an exhibition of digital collage in contemporary fine art photography, featuring examples by six eminent practitioners, all of whom utilise computer software to create imaginative compositions, part reality, part fantasy, which offer a window onto the world around us.
The Parlour Website Launches
Working together with Sociologist, Lucila Newell I hope The Parlour will
open up debate around breastfeeding from the rather polarised
discussions around nutrition and public displays of breastfeeding into
the deeper ideas of motherhood and time, breastfeeding as a social
practice, motherhood as conscious activism. Read more about the project here.
Fotofest International Art Fair
With the assistance of an AN Travel bursary I was able to meet with museum curators and gallerists at this year's Fotofest International
Taking place only once every other year, this festival features
multiple exhibitions across Houston and the surrounding area and is one
of the oldest running and most respected Photo Biennials in the world.
London Art Fair, 20-24 January 2016
I will be exhibiting alongside the late Michael Ormerod, Karine Laval,
Rosa Basurto and Ellie Davies on Crane Kalman Brighton's stand G8 at the
London Art Fair at the Business Design Centre in Islington from 20th to
24th January 2016. The gallery will be at Stand G8 on the first floor
balcony. Read more....
Photographs: in Celebration of Britain
Christie’s London Photographs department celebrates Britain in all its
forms and guises: from British photographers and sitters to scenes of
British life. On 15 October, Christie’s will offer works depicting
famous British faces and places of the 20th
estimates ranging from £400 to £35,000. Offering collectors the
opportunity to acquire affordable works with exceptional provenance, the
sale will feature over 140 lots. The sale will explore the history of
the medium; from vintage black and white to contemporary photography,
via fashion and the natural world.
Press for The Instant Garden
"In 1932, the Leica 35mm helped Henri Cartier-Bresson invent the
‘decisive moment’. In 2010, digital manipulation has helped persuade
Lisa Creagh that we’re entering a new phase. “Digital technology is
changing photography,” she says. “There’s a very modernist aesthetic of
the instant moment, and that’s defined photography for the last 80
years. But I think pattern is very relevant in digital photography. It’s
more about repetition and a series of endless cycles, something being
the same but repeated over and over. A new language is evolving and
that’s what I want to explore."