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Reflexive Disclosure Elisabeth Adams, Immanuel Adelowo, Mutiat Adeoshun

22 Aug-31 Aug 2013

A collaboration between students and professional photographers thinking critically and ethically about image making

  • Venue

    Rivington Place

  • Admission


The exhibition Reflexive Disclosure brings together talented and promising photographers, young people and adults from the London Borough of Lambeth.

The exhibitors took part in Step into Photography, a project run by Fotosynthesis with the support of the Walcot Foundation and Harman Express. Throughout the programme, the group discovered their love of photography inside and outside the darkroom. Students utilised digital, analogue and camera-less photography to explore a range of photographic genres including self-portraiture and urban landscape photography.

The work displayed in this exhibition evolved from collaborations between students and professional photographers, who encouraged exhibitors to think critically and ethically about their image-making and writing. Consequently, individuals learned to visually communicate and question their self-identity and environment, and reflect on their role within the creative practice of photography.

Artist include: Elisabeth Adams, Immanuel Adelowo, Mutiat Adeoshun, Eden Bo Dower, Judith Chinchilla, Kananu Kirimi, Soraya Fernandez DF, Arek Golosz, Jessiane Salgado, Joshua Sanger, Nathaniel Bagot-Sealey, Nathan Taylor and Isabelle Ysabaert.

Special preview: Thursday 22 August at 6-8:30pm.

Photography from the exhibition