Brighton Photo Biennial 2012 : 6 OCT – 4 NOV

Brighton Photo Biennial 2012

We have been working with Brighton Photo Biennial this year to produce an exhibition of Photobooks reflecting this years theme: Agents of Change: Photography and the Politics of Space.

Each photobook project will focus in some way on the diverse image cultures resulting from recent efforts to reimagine urban spaces through their occupation. We set out to probe at the distinctions that separate art and activism, and pose questions as to whether – and in what circumstances – images can serve as agents of social and political change.

http://www.bpb.org.uk/2012/whats_on/self-published-photobook-exhibition/

Participants

[column size=”col-6″]Activestills Collective
Alessandro Rota
Alexander Brattell
Amelia Shepherd
Anastasia Shpilko
Asim Moeen
Barry W Hughes
Belen Cerezo
Chris Mear
Christopher Gianunzio & Jenny Tondera
Clive Rowe
Craig Atkinson
Daniel Seiffert
Dara mcgrath
David Adams
David Galjaard
David Jackson
David Jakelic
david o’mara
Denise Felkin
Diguerher Benjamin
Edgar Martins
Elayne Jude
Elisavet Tamouridou
Emer Mac Sweeney
Ewen Spencer
George Miles
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Harry Watts
Helen Couchman
Helen Flanagan
Irena Siwiak Atamewan
Irene Siragusa
John Clayman
John MacLean
Mahesh Shantaram
Marcus Lyon
Minna Kantonen
Mitch Karunaratne
Niobe Syme
Paula Roush
Peter Mann
Philip Anderson
Rick Pushinsky
Rick Pushinsky
Simona Dell’Agli
Steve Poxson
Stewart Weir
Tamara Hussain
Tim Bowditch
Vincci Huang
Wil van Iersel
Zaliha İnci Karabacak[/column]

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* Additional names will be added shortly

6 October – 4 November 2012
@Jubilee Library
Jubilee Street, Brighton 
BN1 1GE

Open:
Monday 10am-7pm
Tuesday 10am-7pm
Wednesday 10am-5pm
Thursday 10am-8pm
Friday 10am-5pm
Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday 11am-4pm

Please note: submissions for this exhibition have now closed and enquiries should be directed to kevin@photoworks.org.uk Press enquiries should be directed to info@photoworks.org.uk

Workshop for 16-19 year olds: Make Your Own Zine
Adam Murray of Preston is My Paris

BPB12 commissioned artist Adam Murray, from the collective Preston is my Paris, guides young adults in the creation of their own self published zines and photobooks. All you’ll need is a camera or camera-phone.

Free, but with limited availability, booking advised: http://bpb12zine.eventbrite.co.uk/