4 October - 2 November 2014

a Photoworks production

Evolving in Conversation | Brighton Photo Biennial BPB14

Woman sitting on sofa Daniel ReganNatalie © Daniel Regan. 2014

How can individuals make society change?

Chloe Dewe Mathews and emerging photographers Mary Freeman, Charlotte Ball, Gina Lundy and Daniel Regan have worked alongside young people from Brighton & Hove during the Summer of 2014 picking books, people or key moments as inspirations to make new work in response to themes of social change.

Facilitated by photographer Georgia Metaxas, Hannah Coxeter and David Allistone from Exploring Senses and Vicky Tremain from Brighton and Hove Libraries Services the photographers and young people worked to the same commissioning brief. Using images as a catalyst for seeing things differently, the photographers and young people came together to share and exchange ideas at key points in the creative process. This exhibition presents the photographers and young people’s responses to the brief and the workshop outcomes as an installation at Jubilee Library.

Brighton and Hove Libraries have worked in partnership with Photoworks to commission photographers and facilitate creative workshops. Work exhibited in this installation will be passed on and result in further new works being created as the Evolving in Conversation project continues, in collaboration with Photoworks, New Writing South and South East Dance.

This venue is accessible to wheelchair users. 

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