Peanut Pinhole Camera Workshop
Sunday 12 November 10.00 - 12.00
£30/£20 including materials
With artist group BBKP
As part of our HYPERANALOGUE Geekender, learn how to convert a peanut shell into a pinhole camera and take photographic portraits with artist group BBKP. Like a mad scientist, you will try to push the boundaries of analogue chemical photography past their breaking point. This workshop is more about the process of photography than the outcome, and failure is certainly a possibility. But the satisfaction of capturing the human visage inside a peanut is more than worth the effort!
Recommended for ages 16 and above, peanuts, photographic paper and related materials provided.
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BBKP comprises of four artists; Nathan Birchenough, Nicholas Brown, Craig Kao and Savvas Papasavva. They have been working together since 2006, creating sculpture, performances and interactive installations in art and non-art contexts.