20/20 Visions Exhibition Book
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As part of Knowle West Media Centre's 20th anniversary celebrations, we invited twenty photographers to create new work reflecting on how photography has changed over the past two decades. The exhibition 20/20 Visions: Re-valuing Photography, People and Place opened in November 2016.
Each of the works featured in this special companion book explores where, when and how the photographer can construct value and offers insights into how photography might unfold in the future. For many, the potential of widely available camera technology is exciting and empowering. However, this new media world is not without its challenges...
The featured photographers have used an exhilarating mix of new and old technologies: from large format cameras to pinhole cameras to polaroids. Some have mixed photography with digital fabrication processes using a CNC machine and laser cutter, while others have combined photography with data and social media.
This 73-page soft-cover book showcases each exhibited work alongside new writing from the photographer, as well as a series of specially-commissioned essays. It also includes an introduction from Knowle West Media Centre's founder and Director Carolyn Hassan and Head of Arts Melissa Mean.
Featured photographers: Amak Mahmoodian, Daniel Meadows, Joe Magee, Nathan Hughes, Roz Hall, Ibolya Feher, Justin Quinnell, Pete Ashton, Andrew Jackson, Matt Pontin, Shawn Sobers, Mark Simmons, Nicholas White, Kirsty Mackay, Maria Kapajeva, Elizabeth Orcutt, Chris Hoare, Danya Defraytus, Mark Perham, Carole Sartain, Gina Lundy, Tommy Sussex and Charlotte Cotton.