This week 13 graduates from London College of Communication’s MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography course (part-time online mode) present their final work in a show entitled Never Seeing Nothing.
The exhibition is open from Monday 13 – Friday 17 May in the Nursery Gallery at LCC. A private view will be held on Wednesday 15 May, 6-9pm.
UTA BEYER // HEIMLICH
Uta Beyer’s photo essay Heimlich is a conceptual work based on a set of psychological, archaeological, and aesthetic approaches as a basis to explore and represent a group of 20 homes of impoverished old people living in Tbilisi, Georgia, in 2012.
SAHIDE SANIN // Dalston Calling
These photographs attempt to capture a transition moment, a phase in the social and physical transformation of Dalson in the London Borough of Hackney, a part of London which shares many of the characteristics of cities experiencing similar change across Europe.
CHRISTINA VAZOU // Behind the Scene of the Greek Crisis, September 2009 –November 2012
MAX COLSON // HIDE AND SEEK: the Dubious Nature of Plant Life in High Security Spaces by Adam Walker-Smith
This series of photographs dramatically illuminate what the photographer sees as the ‘suspect’ plants of high security urban spaces (so-called for posing as ‘innocent’ decoration whilst actually being hidden parts of the security apparatus).
LARA CIARABELLINI // SOMNAMBULISM
Somnambulism investigates Yugoslav collective memory throughout the last three decades, from the death of Tito to the war and its aftermath. Through a metaphorical – photographic – sleepwalk through Bosnia-Herzegovina, the project explores the circumstances that build, destroy and rebuild a Nation.