36 Exposures, exploring found photography
Deadline: 17/03/2019 | Published: 19/12/2018 | Venue: To be confirmed | City: Bath | Region: Somerset | Country: United Kingdom | ash JeremyReport this?
36 Exposures is an evolving exhibition and body of work exploring Found photography, salvaged materials, film off cuts, obsolete machinery, analogue photo materials, 36 Exposures explores the new potential for old materials.
As part of Fringe Arts Bath 2019
36 Exposures is an exhibition exploring the potential of found and salvaged photography and materials, machinery and encourages new work utilising these things. Obsolete technology and materials can be used to create new work and narratives, real and imagined stories.
We want found photos, slides, negatives, salvaged dark room materials and more. Film, slide projections, even sound work. Get creative.
There is a fee of £20 per artist which helps cover the costs of the festival including printing, promotion, flyers, catalogues and social events (all this goes to the organisers who run it and not to myself).
Drop me a message for more details and if you have any questions.
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