London Independent Photography at 2015 Urban Photo Fest

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Four of London Independent Photography’s collectivity of photographers will be contributing to the 2015 Urban Photo Fest at Goldsmith’s College this Autumn. Urban Photo Fest is organised by Goldsmith’s Centre for Urban & Community Research in association with a variety of organisations including Tate Britain, LIP, PhotoFusion and Kingston University. This year’s overall theme at UPF is ‘Photography & the Street’.

A seminar entitled ‘Approaching the street: perspectives on social photography’ will be presented by Mo Greig, Peter Luck, Claire Reddleman & Anita Strasser.

The seminar offers an opportunity to gain an in-depth insight into the multiplicity of ways in which the street provides accommodation & removal, community & conflict, metaphor & memory, razing & resistance, testament & record. The session will be in two parts: Each photographer presents a formal illustrated introduction to the background, motivation & processes of their working practice, followed by an open viewing of their archive portfolios and informal discussion with the photographers in an adjoining room.

Monday 26th October 2015
Seminar 2.30-4.30pm
Open viewing & discussion 4.30-6pm

Free admission

At Richard Hoggart Building, Room 144 [Ground Floor]
Goldsmiths, University of London, SE14 6NW

There is a limit of 40 places available. For more information and to book, email John Levett john.levett1@gmail.com