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5 January 2015 until 12 January 2015
TalkSeePhotography’s January event will see Glasgow based Catherine Cameron and Edinburgh based Jolanta Dolewska present their works.
Cameron and Dolewska employ analogue photography methodologically in their practice. The choice to do so is philosophical as well as practical and it creates a crossover where its possible to engage with the the tacit origins of their works. The differences in their oeuvre both both repels and connects in complex relationships to the indexical which in both cases is multiple steps removed from the actual imprint on the film. This does not mean that the work is removed from the realities of life instead it connects to fragmented realisations of truth struggles, power and love, in/dependence and expressing control of a light handed narrative.
BIO Cameron (1962 Oslo, Norway) Lives and works in Glasgow. Prior to BA (Hons) Fine Art Photography from GSA (2013), her work is widely exhibited and included in museum and private collections globally. She received R.G.I’s Exhibition Award 2013 and is nominated to represent GSA for ReGeneration3–2015.
BIO Dolewska (1979, Warsaw). BA (Hons) in University of Wales Newport (2007) and MA RCA London (2012). She has exhibited in the UK and internationally in Italy, Switzerland, South Korea, and Northern Ireland. Dolewska received Constance Fairness Foundation Prize (2011), The Photographers’ Gallery Award (2012), and was shortlisted for The Source-Cord Prize (2014).
TalkSeePhotography is a monthly event with presentations by international and national photography practitioners, curators, and writers. The reason behind the event is to facilitate a scene for critical dialogues within and across subject matters. The unsaid and repetitions both engender practice, therefore the aim is that no question should remain unasked however difficult it may be to articulate it.