10 December 2022 - 22 January 2023
Opening Reception: Saturday 10 December from 6-9 pm
The Halide Project
1627 N 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122
I am so excited to announce that one of my Rain Cyanotypes has been selected to be exhibited in the upcoming Living Image exhibition at The Halide Project in Philadelphia. Living Image showcases contemporary artists working in traditional and historic photographic techniques from across North America and around the world.
LIVING IMAGE 2022 sixth annual exhibition of contemporary analog photography juried by Paula Tognarelli
FEATURING: Emma Backer, Donald Bell, Paige Billin-Frye, Natalie Borysenko, Ole Brodersen, Carol Byron, Will Harlan Campbell, Jennifer Carpinteyro, Sally Chapman, Eugene Cole, Helen Maurene Cooper, Kevin Daniel, Bruce Dunbar, Anne Eder, Rosemary Haynes, Laura James, Magda Kubik and Anna Sahkul, Kyle Lang, Marco Lorenzetti, Tallia Maglione, Fruma Markowitz, Maureen McMasters, Maureen Mulhern-White, Elizabeth Ransom, Stephanie Schwiederek, Mark Taylor, Em White, Yue Yu, Yelena Zhavoronkova
You are invited to the opening reception on Saturday, December 10th from 6-9pm at The Halide Project in Philadelphia.
A selection of prints from my series The Woods will be included in the second issue of maybe. magazine for analog photography. This incredible publication was established by Kalamari Klub in 2019. The new issue is produced as part of an ongoing collaboration with IsoQuant, a Collaborative Research Centre at Heidelberg University focusing on Isolated Quantum Systems and Universality in Extreme Conditions. maybe. magazine for analog photography will be released at this year’s edition of the ROTLICHT Festival for Analog Photography in Vienna.
It is an honour to be included alongside such inspiring and exciting artists. I will also be sharing my work in a Pecha Kucha style presentation along with a selection of some of the amazing artists included in the publication at the launch in Vienna.
Join us live in Vienna or remote via live stream for the release on Saturday, November 19, 2022 at 12:00 pm CET (noon).
For more information about Kalamri Klub and this incredible publication please visit their website HERE
To book your tickets to the ROTLICHT Festival for Analog Photography in Vienna please visit the festival website HERE.
From 28 -29 October 2022 "Where are you a local?" will be at the Small Publishers Fair in London.
Where are you a local? is an experimental, collaborative publication, initiated through an open call, and produced and developed by Nigel Walker, Nuria Castro, Liz King, Jack Matts, Leah Band, Noémi, Julia Neal, Emma Lambert and myself.
Being local is entangled with our sense of place. Yet, it is also where the nuances and complexity of daily life are found and replayed, and where rituals and relationships are formed.
Instead of asking where are you from, we asked where are you a local?
Conceived with the intention to explore the potential of the photobook as a social object, collaboration has been central to both the making and making public of the publication.
We invite you to read, unfold, curate, reassemble, and contribute.
It was such a pleasure to work on this exciting collaborative project which discusses themes of place, home, and belongings.
This photo book is published by Silvergrass Press and is available to purchase at the Silvergrass press website HERE
Supported by bookRoom and University for the Creative Arts.
I am thrilled to announce that I have been selected to exhibit my work Homesick in the upcoming exhibition 40 Under 40 at the Schack Art Center in Everett Washington, USA. This exhibition celebrates young women and nonbinary artists. The exhibition opens 13 October – 12 November 2022 with an opening celebration on the 13 October from 5-8pm.
In the series, Homesick I invited ten women and non-binary immigrants to share their stories and memories of homesickness in written form. They also provided a list of liquids that remind them of one of the places they have called home such as coffee, chicken broth, pisco sours, and kefir. I then soaked a roll of 35mm color film in the liquid for one hour for every day since they had returned to that location. This work was created in the middle of the global COVID-19 pandemic where countries had closed their borders and travel was at a standstill. This was the first time for many of the participants that they had not had the option to travel back home to see their families and loved ones. The experience of homesickness was exacerbated for many resulting in physical and emotional symptoms. For some of the participants, it had been many years since they had returned home. The longer that the participant had been away the longer the film was left to soak in the liquid. The emulsion slowly deteriorating over time. The heat of the liquids warped and distorted the negatives resulting in brightly coloured destroyed rolls of film.
I will be exhibiting a selection of studies from the Homesick series in the 40 Under 40 exhibition.