Robert Huber & Joanna Hopkins, Oscar Foster Kane, Ailise O’ Neill, Sam Orchard - 19 July to 9 August 2013
Digital technology has transformed our ability to create, send, store and manipulate photographs. This group exhibition will investigate digital technology’s impact on contemporary photographic practice and how a new understanding of the photograph can be achieved through looking at process.
This exhibition is the first in a new series of explorative projects by Belfast Exposed that investigate the exhibition-making process. Over five months Belfast Exposed volunteers have developed an exhibition through a series of workshops and sessions with the BX staff and invited independent curators.
Curatorial Team: Christopher Gallagher, Faye Hobson, Fergus Jordan, Ryan Leathem, Ciara O’Halloran, Carole Phillips, Alison Steers, Simon Walker and Trevor Wilson.
19 July: Artists Talk | 2pm
24 July: Discussion: Volunteering in the Arts Sector | 2pm
27 July: Curators Talk | 2pm
01 August: Photo Book Club | 6pm
Acknowledgements: This exhibition is supported through the Paul Hamlyn Foundation