Indian Pow Wow — 6.12.76, by Mesro Coles-El 2013. Credit: Nigel Poor and the San Quentin Prison Archive Project PHOTOGRAPHY AS A SOCIAL PRACTICE with Gemma-Rose Turnbull and Pete Brook. Thursday 18th May 2017, 19:00 £6/4 CONCESSIONS. Free to ICVL Members Dark Studio, 2nd floor, ARNOLFINI BUY TICKETS A discussion on socially engaged art production with contemporary photographers Gemma-Rose Turnbull and Pete Brook. IC Visual Lab and the Arnolfini will host an evening with two authors from the online platform Photography as a ...

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A Trading Journey Exhibition by Alejandro Acin From 12th to 22nd of November Open 10am to 5pm Hosted in a shipping container outside M Shed Museum Cafe   What can you see if you go looking around the streets and markets of one of the world’s major ports, and how would you perceive them after working on digitising a vast archive of historical photographs of that same city? The port is Bristol’s twin city Guangzhou – Canton – the south China conurbation ...

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  In the features section we’ll showcase some of the works screened as part of our Instant Coffees editions, initially, before opening it up to public submissions. Our intention is to promote innovative photographic projects, ones that push the art of photographic storytelling onwards but also to nurture and allow discussions and debates between the photographer and their audience. We’d love to be able use this section to be able to continue the dialogues and interactions – between photographers and ...

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  Plans are so hard to make when you live in a constant state of fear, always at the mercy of a seizure when least expected. The last weeks had brought a great positive change for Simon. The dosage of his medication had been altered. A result of this was that his seizure rate had dropped dramatically. Freed from the confines of having every action he undertook being invaded by an unforeseen attack his confidence was soaring. “I’ve ...

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