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Drop-in Workshops

Experimental Photo School

Drop-in sessions

Claire Davies, David West and more

Sat 6 May, 15.00

 Image © David West

Image © David West

Image © David West

 GIF CAT GIF. Image © Claire Davies

GIF CAT GIF. Image © Claire Davies

GIF CAT GIF. Image © Claire Davies

 Snickers. Image © Claire Davies

Snickers. Image © Claire Davies

Snickers. Image © Claire Davies

 Image © David West

Image © David West

Image © David West

 Image © David West

Image © David West

Image © David West

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On Saturday afternoon, artists working with 3D scanning, photogrammetry and hacked image scanners take over our studio floor for a series of drop in workshops.

Sat 6 May, 15.00–18.00

Free with exhibition pass

Biographies

Claire Davies completed her BA (Hons) in Intermedia at Edinburgh College of Art in 2009. Upon graduating Claire co-founded Rhubaba Gallery and Studios in Edinburgh, an artist-run organisation providing studio space and an annual programme of exhibitions and events. Now living in Nottingham, Claire is a Multi-Media Technician at Nottingham Trent University and a Digital Tutor for the Nottingham City Council Library Service. Recent exhibitions, residencies and projects include; ‘Alchemy Film Festival’, Hawick; ‘November Film Festival’, Goldsmiths, London; ‘Spectrum Moving Image Festival’, RCA, London; ‘Get Fit’, Turf Projects, Croydon; ‘CultureLAB Residency’, Metal, Southend-on-Sea; ‘The Grubby Mitts Tour’, Video Commission, Various Venues including; KARST, Plymouth; Aid and Abet, Cambridge and Grand Union, Birmingham; ‘Vulcan Point’, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh and ‘Satellite Forecast’, Radiophrenia Project, CCA Glasgow.

David West is a photographic artist living and working in the South East of England. In 2015 he entered the MA photography program at the University of Brighton. The last two years has marked a shift in his creative process, leading to experimentation with in-camera technique to disrupt conditioned elements of the image, further modification of the image is made by mixing the vocabularies of several different eras of photography to cast doubt on each other.Recent work has been produced using substantially modified document scanners mounted to large format cameras, the intentionally distorted images challenge traditional concepts of composition and denote the extended time signature of a single event. The resulting collision of antique photographic processes with up to date technology calls into question a number of viewer’s expectations when confronted with the printed image.


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