On Wednesday 5th March at 6.30pm, London Alternative Photography Collective will be meeting at The Double Negative Darkroom at 178A Glyn Road in Hackney.
We will be providing refreshments, and an opportunity to chat about alternative photography processes.
There will be talks from;
Over the past year David has been working on a number of works including his archive of 100 lucky pennies, a walk from Mizen to Malin Head without passing a pub, Cracked LCDs, Liquid Crystal Displays and a private commission in Dublin.
In ‘Liquid Crystal Displays’ Blackmore has been working with broken Liquid Crystal Display Screens from the latest digital devices such as lap tops, phones and cameras; technologies that play a large part in our modern daily routines. These digital forms have almost completely replaced analogue technology in industry and are fast replacing analogue forms in photographic art. This body of work has been exhibited as an installation of the illuminated screens themselves during the Pixxelpoint New Media Art Festival. Along side this David has been making photographic prints of the screens using solely analogue photographic equipment and processes, Blackmore’s work catalogues and questions the place of obsolete technology in art and contemporary life.
These works were also exhibited at Constanza Isaza Martinez’ exhibition “Material Light”.
Aside from his own artistic practice Blackmore is a part time lecturer at the University for the Creative Arts. David has also guest lectured at a number of institutions including the University of Westminster and the Institute for Art, Design and Technology, Dublin.
Bruno studied Post Graduate Photography at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in 2007. Regularly exhibiting in London at Stour Space, The Crypt, V22, Oil Tanks Tate Modern and The Hamni Gallery. In 2013, Bruno graduated from MA Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, was awarded the Artists & Collectors Exchange Bursary, shortlisted for the Red Mansion Award and selected for Tacita Dean’s workshop at Fundación Botín in Santander. Currently he is the Artist-In-Residence in Croydon School of Art.
The London Alternative Photography Collective aims to bring together artists and photographers around London who wish to share alternative photography ideas and processes.
The group will meet at the Double Negative Darkroom at 178A Glyn Road in Hackney, E5 0JE.
We provide artists talks, discussions about Alternative Photography Processes, demonstrations and opportunities to collaborate.
Anyone interested in Alternative Photography is welcome to join.
Double Negative Darkroom Is a budding, London independent photographic community and lab. Fast becoming a European centre for Alternative photographic process and Silver gelatin teaching and learning.
As Double Negative provides free refreshments at the London Alternative Photography Collective, we would ask that you bring a £3 donation (£2 to darkroom members) to the event.