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London Villages Project book – online orders now available

A number of LIP members have been engaged in a year-long project interpreting their idea of a London Village. To coincide with two exhibitions, a book of the Project was released, and is now available for purchase: unique collection of excellent photographic work that features photographs by 62 London Independent Photography members, and some short […]

“Incidental” book project – call for participants

LIP member Sean McDonnell is organising a collaborative book project entitled “Incidental”, for which contributors will choose an image from their archive and write text following on those from a previous photographer, creating a fictional plot as the project progresses. To join in the project, email Sean with the subject line “Me too!” He will […]

London Villages Project: December Update

The final months The Project will end on 29th February 2012. We have 210 registered members and of these 74 are at various levels of engagement. This is very encouraging. The next stage Preparing for publication and exhibition will come early in the new year and specs for these will be published in February. There […]

London Villages Project: November Update

A summary of the London Villages Project was given to LIP on 12th Nov: The Project began on March 1st 2011 and will run until February 29th 2012. Sign up closed six months in, on 31st August. Membership was open to all LIP members with 212 signing up to participate, though many are not fully […]

London Villages Project: October Update

The workshop entitled ‘Editing your personal project’ took place this month and lot of ground was covered regarding the formal aspects of editing, the nature of the LVP, discussion of individual projects and issues that might be addressed in this final third of the Project. At the monthly meeting the following participants presented work: Sophie […]

London Villages Project: September Update

Keith Ellis presented an extended view of a new project on the indicative nature of street names of Deptford and its periphery. Angela Inglis is working in Somers Town where she is intimately connected to community groups and has begun to refine and narrow her focus. Brenden Delaney outlined the basis for his personal project […]