We have Moved!
Photofusion and Parallax Photographic have moved to a new space at International House . There is a new darkrooms, an historic darkroom and/or single user darkroom, comfortable spaces for members to hang out, a bigger space for Saturday Sessions, A DISHWASHER, and a fabulous new gallery.
How to find us: our entrance is just behind Brixton Recreation Centre on Brixton Road. Walk up the stairs of the Recreation Centre, walk along the pathway until you see a gate, walk through the gate and you will see our entrance.
We have an exciting new service available here at Photofusion; we are now able to process and scan your entire roll of film at a high resolution.
Low-res (1500 pixels long edge)
£15.00 (Members £10.00)
Mid-res (3000 pixels long edge)
£20.00 (Members £15.00)
High-res (5000 pixels long edge)
£25.00 (Members £20.00)
Low, mid and high resolution jpegs are delivered via wetransfer.com
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Photofusion is pleased to announce a new ‘supported commission’ and residency for early/mid career Lambeth based artists. The project is run in collaboration with 3Space and funded by Arts Council England and Lambeth Council through its Townhall Art Programme.
Last summer we started our Saturday Session, where we invited members to come along and share their work with each other. If you have a project you would like to get some feedback on, or if you just want to join in the conversation, please come along.
‘Critical Contemplations’ is part of a new programme at Photofusion. The series aims to discuss interesting and current issues in contemporary photography practice, challenge preconceptions and provide a platform for different artists to hear other perspectives. For each event, we have invited speakers who will talk about their practice, then open up the floor through an adaptation of the Long Table format.
Each event will be recorded and available to listen again via a series of podcasts.
Podcasts created by Caleb Watson