About the project
SeeChange is a constellation of images created through the exchange and visual conversation between a collective of photographers. SeeChange began earlier in the year with each photographer submitting one ‘start’ photo to an online forum. www.flickr.com/groups/seechange.
In response, each photographer took an image from this photographic pool to inspire their own new image. These images, in turn, were fed back into the existing pool, acting as another stimulus and encouraging further responses. More images were created, triggering more group responses, splintering into more images. Inspiration and responses happened along multiple vectors, and through multiple touchpoints, creating a constellation of images. Over time, the collective has built up a multi-part visual conversation, embodying the spirit of Collaborative Change. The SeeChange exhibition is the result of that conversation.
Curator: Louise Marlborough – PrettyVacant
Opening: 8 July, 6pm
Dates: 8 – 29 July
Opening hours: 12pm-6pm daily
About the participating photographers
Sanna Fisher-Payne has spent the last ten years capturing the world through her lens. She is inspired by light and her Finnish roots. She is a professional photographer based in London, shooting mainly architecture, lighting and portraiture. Previous exhibitions include Hope (2009) and Smile (2010).
Rosaria Forcisi started her photographic career in 1997 as an assistant for documentary and advertising photographers. In 2001 she began working as a freelance photographer herself, specialising in portraits. Curiosity and creativity have always motivated her to look for images that tell the stories of our time; a reflexive analysis of our feelings and social behaviour. In Italy she has participated in several group and solo exhibitions.
Karen Forrester is a Dublin based artist. She has participated in various group exhibitions in England and Ireland and been published in Source magazine. She has photographs in St. Patrick’s Hospital permanent collection and had her first solo exhibition in Dublin in 2010. Most recently Karen has been awarded an Arts Council Grant.
Louise Marlborough is an artist and photographer. She graduated from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin with an Honours Degree in Fine Art, Sculpture. She then went on to complete a Certificate in Professional Photographic Practice at the London College of Communications. Marlborough has previously been granted two awards from the Arts Council in Ireland. For over ten years she has shown her work in solo and two-person shows and a series of selected group exhibitions. Louise currently lives and works in Dublin.
Agnese Sanvito documents places that are disappearing and objects in a state of abandonment. Her work has featured on the BBC, Time Out and New London. In 2010 she received the My East End award and previously the TNT Photography award and the Princess Cruise Escape award. Agnese Sanvito (b.1981) graduated in Fine Arts at the Accademia di Belle Arti, Bologna with a First Class BA Hons.