At THE MINICLICK BUSINESS CONCERNRob Hornstra is a photographer and self-publisher of slow-form documentary work. In addition to The Sochi Project, he is the founder of the documentary photography organisation, FOTODOK and is widely exhibited and published. Rob will be taking us through his work and his unique methods.DIY STORYTELLING WORKSHOP WITH ROB HORNSTRA
Mon-Tue 20–21 OCT 10:00-17:00
At THE MINICLICK BUSINESS CONCERNJoin Rob Hornstra on a 2 day workshop for photographers and storytellers who want to learn how to construct and carry out long-term photography projects. Since 2009, Rob and writer Arnold van Bruggen, have collaborated on The Sochi Project. Here, Rob will share his invaluable insights.
At THE MINICLICK BUSINESS CONCERNContinuing Miniclick’s submissions-based experimental project, everyone is invited to a day of talks and live curation in association with ABC. Inspired by McLuhan’s The Medium is the Message, the project focuses on communication and community. Visitors will have the chance to curate their own unique book.FORMAT VIDEO & PHOTOGRAPHY NETWORK DISCUSSION
Sat 25 OCT 15:00-17:00
At PHOENIX BRIGHTONFormat Video and Photography Network host a discussion event asking questions about the nature and function of artists’ collectives in relation to still or moving image work. The group will present a critical and discursive take on the philosophical or ideological positions that are central to this kind of collaboration. This event is open to the public as well as the other exhibiting collectives. Free, no booking required.
Every Saturday throughout the festival one of our friendly guides will walk with you to explore some of the exhibitions on show. Artists will be on hand to discuss their work with you, and we’ll round everything off with a chance to talk about what we’ve seen at the final stop on the tour. Book your place here: Meet at VANTAGE POINT: COLLECTIVES’ HUB at 11:30.
Support BPF and own a piece of work by Jason Evans. Buy a limited edition badge and you will be entered into a raffle to win the signed cover artwork for Caribou’s new album, Our Love. Full details or online purchase through our website.
Brighton Photo Biennial Events this week:
13 Fathoms – Simon Faithfull
A performance lecture from REEF creator Simon Faithfull telling stories of scientific curiosities, myths and legends of the deep.
Tue 21 OCT 7-8.15pm Lighthouse, Brighton
Emma Critchley shows her underwater photography series and discusses the physical and mental effect on the senses when immersed.
Thu 23 OCT 6- 7.30pm Fabrica, Duke Street, BrightonFotoDocument/ One Planet City Artist Talk Three of the photographers selected for the One Planet City project discuss their commissions with FotoDocument Director Nina Emett and Bioregional Co-Founding Director, Pooran Desai.
Fri 24 OCT, 6.30 – 8.30pm Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton