‘Altered States’ DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY AND PHOTOJOURNALISM MA GRADUATION SHOW 2016


PRIVATE VIEW
Thursday 18 August 6.30 -8.30pm

EXHIBITION OPEN
Friday 19 August – 25 August, 11am – 6pm 2016

VENUE
University of Westminster, Ambika P3 Gallery,
35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS (entrance on Marylebone Road).

ABOUT

Altered States is an exhibition of work from the University of Westminster MA Documentary Photography and Photojournalism students graduating 2016.
The exhibition explores the contemporary human condition through both the personal and political effects of economics, history and social interaction.
The exhibition includes independent and collaborative projects. Individual explorations follow themes varying from exoticism to family issues. The collaborative piece of work documents powerful human issues evolving from the Port Talbot steel works crisis.
Each project, be it independent or collaborative, demonstrates the depth of engagement, skill and talent to communicate of the class of 2016.
Ben Edwards, course Leader describes the work; “Documentary photography at its essence, has the ability to reveal and inform on many levels and to multiple audiences. This years cohort have been examining ‘Altered States’ from China and Morocco to Port Talbot, to survey and evaluate todays mercurial times.”
(Featured Photograph: Hang Gao)

 

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