fLIP48: Barriers

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3. Editor’s Note
8. Dineka Versluis – Bound
14. Jim Paterson – Hedgelaying: a greener form of barrier
22. Arun Misra interviews Edmund Clark – photographer and artist
33. Photography & Poetry Challenge
56. Book Review
57. Nicola Morley – FORMAT21
60. Satellite Group: Film and Darkroom

 

Dineke Versluis is a Rotterdam-based photographer, interested in the boundary between the public and the private self and turns a documentary lens on how people live, work and spend their leisure time.

Jim Paterson is an engineer, a painter and a photographer. He finds himself drawn to people engaged in activities they love, whether that be at home, on stage or working with their hands.

Edmund Clark is an artist interested in linking history, politics and representation. His research based work combines a range of references and forms including bookmaking, installations, photography, video, documents, text and found images and material; whatever is conceptually and formally relevant to investigating the subject and communicating with an audience. Recurring themes include developing strategies for reconfiguring how subjects are seen and engaging with state censorship to explore unseen experiences, spaces and processes of control and incarceration in the ‘Global War on Terror’ and elsewhere.

Arun Misra is a London based photographer. His works explore the magnitude of human experiences and ideas, inspired by time, space and the abstract and conceptual arts. He graduated from the University of Westminster’s MA in photography arts program in 2018.

Anthony Pinching and Poonam Jain, with thanks for their kind permission to publish their poems for the first time in fLIP

Nichola Morley is a realist British portrait photographer. Her work has appeared in the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition, 209Women at the Houses of Parliament, The Portrait of Britain books and Head-on PhotoFestival finalist gallery. She studied at Westminister University.

Film and Darkroom Satellite Group, our thanks to the group for their feature.