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Writing Photographs

Carruthers, Beverley and Leister, Wiebke (2017) Writing Photographs. [Art/Design Item]

Type of Research: Art/Design Item
Creators: Carruthers, Beverley and Leister, Wiebke

Writing Photographs was an exhibition by students, alumni and staff from LCC’s BA & MA Photography programmes, on the relationship of photography and writing – and how photographs are expanded, altered and dissected through text in the gallery context.

It was originated in the Photography and the Contemporary Imaginary Research Hub, at the London College of Communication.

Work by Beverley Carruthers . Victoria Louise Doyle . Ana Escobar . Sabrina Fuller . Alberto Gualtieri . Victoria Jouvert . Jessie McLaughlin .
Wiebke Leister . Nassim Rad . Herman Rahman . Ernst Schlogelhofer . Tomoko Suwa-Krull . Jacqui Taylor . Brenda Vega . Agnès Villette
. James Wilde was included.

The exhibition included the panel discussion ‘Writing Photographs: A debate on how Text and Image relate through Installation’, at Tate Modern, Starr Cinema, on 6 May 2017. The speakers were Erica Scourti, Clunie Reid, and Marcus Coates, and this wqs followed by workshops.

Keywords/subjects not otherwise listed: Photography and the Contemporary Imaginary, Art Writing, Fine Art Photography, Installation, Performance, Reading
Your affiliations with UAL: Colleges > London College of Communication
Date: 6 May 2017
Funders: LCC College Research Fund, UAL Communities of Practice, UAL Teaching Scholars
Related Websites: https://shutterhub.org.uk/blog/writing-photographs-lecture-series-at-london-college-of-communication
Locations / Venues:
LocationFrom DateTo Date
LCC Studio, Elephant and Castle, London.3 May 201713 May 2017
Tate Modern, London (panel and workshops)6 May 20176 May 2017
Material/Media: photography, text, video, performance (16 works, 16 artists)
Date Deposited: 03 Aug 2017 13:57
Last Modified: 03 Aug 2017 13:57
Item ID: 11471
URI: http://ualresearchonline.arts.ac.uk/id/eprint/11471

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