a here and a thereGoldsmiths, University of London
London, UNITED KINGDOM
Friday 27-Jan-2012 - Friday 15-Jun-2012
Utilising the city of Berlin as site for exploration, 'a here and a there' is a photographic exhibition exploring how fourteen photographers affiliated with the Centre for Urban and Community Research (CUCR), Goldsmiths, University of London combine their photographic practices with the activity of 'walking' in the city.
Private View: 27 January 6 – 8.30pm Open: Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm Centre for Urban and Community Research Laurie Grove Baths, Laurie Grove Goldsmiths, University of London New Cross, London SE14 6NW
Holly Gilbert Paul Halliday Marjolein Houben Santiago Escobar Jaramillo Rachel Jones David Kendall David Killeen Lanis Levy Rebecca Locke Holly McGlynn Estelle Vincent Francesca Weber-Newth Laura Wester Lorenz Widmaier Utilising the city of Berlin as site for exploration, 'a here and a there' is a photographic exhibition exploring how fourteen photographers affiliated with the Centre for Urban and Community Research (CUCR), Goldsmiths, University of London combine their photographic practices with the activity of ‘walking’ in the city. 'a here and a there' was part of Urban Encounters 2010, organised by the Centre for Urban and Community Research at Goldsmiths, University of London in partnership with Tate Britain, Openvizor and Viewfinder Photography Gallery, London. The exhibition is curated by David Kendall and Lanis Levy. An essay by CUCR director, Caroline Knowles, can be read at: http://viewfinder.org.uk/exhibitions/a-here-and-a-there/catalogue A short film made by project partner Openvizor can be viewed at: http://www.openvizor.com/Content/Index/410 http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/cucr http://www.urbanencounters.org http://www.openvizor.com http://www.viewfinder.org.uk
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