TRUMAN BREWERY

I visited The Truman Brewery today in Brick Lane to see the photography degree shows from different Art colleges around the UK. I took some photos as I was wandering around.

I really liked this camera obscura by Sean Currey, capturing one of the windows of the exhibition space.

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A really beautiful  photographic installation, by Bethany SmithImageEmma Hirst  was describing to me how she uses the sun and natural fixers to create her photograms. I recognised the cyanotype process, but the other ones were new to me, such as using onions.ImageThis was one of her favourites in the show.

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Work by Ellis King, making ‘movies of the mind’ ImageImageImage

These rain pictures I really liked. They are by Gareth Johnson.  He was initially  inspired by rain used in films such as Akira Kurosawa, Ingmar Bergman and Andrei Tarkovsky and what they could represent or symbolise across different times and cultures. Jonson links rain to the sublime, but not with awe, but “a sense of wonder- albeit one that may be tinged with doubt and ambivalence.” 

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These ones look like blank photos, but they are really subtle traces of what looks like folds  in paper.

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This photo was by Alan Markham Nowhereland, 2013

Images from the M25, the road to nowhere.

Screen Shot 2013-06-15 at 21.42.04Here is an installation shot of Alan’s photos.Image

RORY MANSOROLI

RORY MANSOROLI

RORY MANSAROLI

RORY MANSAROLI

BIANCA TUCKWELL

bianca-tuckwell

BIANCA TUCKWELL

mia wilkes

mia wilkes

 

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joseph raynor

joseph raynor


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