Archive for tag: photobook

‘overlaid images from the book Stranger’ by Olivia Arthur STRANGER an evening with Olivia Arthur 17th February 2015 7pm (Open doors 6.30pm) £3 (FREE ICVL MEMBERS) at THE SPACE (PRSC) MAP Hillgrove Street, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS2 8JT ______ 2016 is already here and IC Visual Lab continues its regular programme of talks and events inviting photographers an other professionals to discuss their creative process with our audience. We want to kick off the year with the fantastic Olivia Arthur. Olivia will discuss her latest publication STRANGER ...

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ALL HANDS ON DECK BOOK LAUNCH 17th October 10am to 1pm at M Shed Museum   You are invited to the launch of All Hands on Deck, an artist photobook depicting Bristol at work featuring unseen images of Bristol Industrial History. All Hands on Deck marks the end of Factory of Memories #1, a commissioned project coordinated by Alejandro Acín and M Shed in collaboration with University of the West of England, University of Bristol and IC-Visual Lab. Inspired by the Langford collection of ...

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16th April 2015 7pm (Doors open 6pm) £2 / FREE ICVL MEMBERS   “Who and why makes photography books in Russia?” Documentary photographer and artist Jana Romanova started to self-publish her own photography books in Russia in 2012 at the time when interest to photobooks only started to appear in the country with only few people actually working in this field. During the talk Jana will tell the short history of self-published contemporary Russian photobooks and the way they ...

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  Photo: Mark Power Open for Business is the story of contemporary British manufacturing and industry told through the lens of nine internationally renowned documentary photographers. Through eye-opening photography and film footage, Open for Business celebrates the resilience of British industry and reveals the daily struggle at a human level as businesses attempt to cut costs, streamline processes and level up to international competition. The project captures British manufacturing’s effect on regional culture and community life, and celebrates ...

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  HIDDEN ISLAM by Nicoló Degiorgis FRI 7th of November 2014 at IC-Visual Lab 7pm (Open doors 6pm)  £ 4 / FREE FOR members After the success of the first sold-out edition of ‘Hidden Islam’ and the second reprint, ‘Hidden Islam – 479 comments’ aims to take the discussion further. This limited edition workbook charts the topographic locations of the Islamic makeshift places visited by its author, photographer Nicolò Degiorgis. Formally, this publication parallels to the photographic series present in ‘Hidden Islam – ...

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‘Storytelling strategies and other forms in documentary photography” Talk by Max Pinckers THU 20th November 2014 7pm (open doors 6pm) £4 / FREE FOR MEMBERS   Brief Max Pinckers comes to Bristol again after launching his last book Will They Sing Like Raindrops or Leave Me Thirsty at Photobook Bristol last June. Max will give an unique talk about the way he develops different storytelling strategies using photography and other forms. Max will discuss the different areas   and disciplines where he approaches a new body of ...

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PROPAGANDA. ZINE-MAKING WORKSHOP with Lewis Bush. NEW DATE 29th November 2014 10am to 4.30pm ; £62 (£52 students/ICVL MEMBERS)   Learn a little about the history of propaganda photography and collage and their use in photo books before diving into making some of your own. Choose a topic that matters to you then harvest and print images from the internet to rework and collage into a small propaganda zine of your own. All the materials and tools to produce the zines will ...

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We could have chosen many different titles for this post: ”HURRICANE AKINA”, ”THE FACTORY THAT NEVER SLEEPS”, ”ENTER THE VOID”… but we did want to reinforce the words ”workshop” and ”home” as they really represent what Alex Bocchetto & Valentina Abenavoli, most well known as AKINA Books, did in Bristol. Carrying three suitcases which were filled with tools, paper and photo books: AKINA  landed in Bristol on Friday evening and after a couple of wines and some food, it took them 2 ...

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OPEN CALL to attend the HOME workshop about editing, sequencing and binding a collective photobook. Run by AKINA Factory in collaboration with IC Visual Lab in Bristol, Saturday 10.05.14, within the PBLabs program 2014. The theme is HOME. Submissions and questions can be sent to akinaworkshop@gmail.com Deadline 27.04.14 EXTENDED DEADLINE 30th April   All you need to know about editing, sequencing and binding! “HOME” (is home though it be never so homely) is a workshop devoted to pleasures and pains of editing and sequencing photographic material and use the result of this creative process to produce ...

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