Archive for the 'Greenwich Group'

LIP Greenwich September 2018 Meeting

A very varied session opened with Tony Mallett’s b&w photos of Dungeness and Romney Marsh, mostly taken in winter and strongly evocative of the openness and strangeness of the area. His on-screen presentation was followed by viewing a set of immaculate prints. Kathryn Alkins brought some more studies of the north Wales mountains before launching […]

LIP Greenwich May 2018 Meeting

One of the joys of meeting in the Greenwich Gallery is that we may be surrounded by an interesting exhibition. This was one of those times and the photographer Ross Andrews was on hand to give an impromptu talk on his work. With a scientific background and being largely self-taught in photography, his practice is […]

Greenwich LIP Group July meetup

Peter Luck opened the session with two fictions, one a riff on the dystopian film Alphaville, sequencing stills from that film with a selection from films of the same era, the other using just six of his own images to build up a mood of unspecific anxiety – this in imitation of the unrelated vignettes […]

Greenwich LIP Group June meeting

Angela Ford brought photos from a Sikh festival, part religious, part devoted to martial arts. Unless you are yourself a Sikh it is unlikely that you will have heard of the small Punjabi town where it is held. Nevertheless, between three and four hundred thousand people attend including many from the Sikh diaspora returning to […]

Greenwich LIP Group May meeting

Back to the traditional four presentations, starting with Angela Schooley’s investigations of woodlands and commons in south-east London. The selection favoured winter when the architecture of trees is more visible. Discussion went to two questions: one, the recording of the changing nature of places with the seasons, the other to the possible need for innovation […]