Current exhibitor interview: Sharon O’Neill
Over the next week we will be sharing our interviews with the current artists in the exhibition Into View.
Starting with Sharon O’Neill…
Sharon’s project Flats is a photographic exploration of an architect’s vision of the ‘modern world’ as told through the lives of the current inhabitants of one of his buildings. Through a mixture of archive material and contemporary photographs, the work centres on a council block constructed in 1956 as part of the massive post-war house-building programme and was designed by Sir John Leslie Martin, principal architect of the Royal Festival buy phentermine online with prescription Hall. Flats is presented in the form of photographic prints mixed with extractions of archive material and accompanied by a book.
The exhibition is on until 16 May 2014. Free admission.
Group Artist Talk
Thursday 24 April 2014, 19.00
Free for Members (£3.50 non-members)
Sharon, Sadaf and Siân will be discussing their photographic projects in the exhibition, touching upon the common themes and ideas running through the three bodies of work, and about their artistic careers since graduating.
The talk will be chaired by renowned photographer and LCC lecturer Tom Hunter.
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