UPA Night Landscape Photography Workshop
London Bridge #LBLiveStation
During the journey around the rivers edge and walkways, the group will stop to discuss architectural sites, roam and conduct photographic experiments and storytelling techniques. Individuals will explore relationships between light and form, architecture and landscape. In addition, the group will consider how public spaces, buildings and events have evolved and redeveloped along the route. Therefore, influencing how people interact with spatial infrastructure, trade, transport and entertainment networks around London Bridge Station.
Participants need: A camera with a timer setting or a cable release, a mini tripod or beanbag to support the camera, and warm winter clothing and footwear for walking the city.
About the tutor:
David Kendall’s practice explores how spatial, economic and design initiatives, as well as participatory practices, combine to encourage social and spatial interconnections or dissonance in cities. He utilises visual archives, mapping and events to generate audio-visual and site-specific artworks. His photographs, spatial research and collaborative projects have been exhibited and presented in museums and institutes around the world, including: The British Library, London, UK, Centro Cultural Manuel Gómez Morín, Querétaro, Mexicó, University of Oxford, UK, Akademin Valand, Göteborg, Sweden and Tate Britain, London, UK. David Kendall is a visiting fellow at Goldsmiths, University of London, UK and co-curator of ‘The City to Sea Project.’ Furthermore, he is a steering group member of the Urban Photographers’ Association, focusing on engagement and participation in urban photographic practice, research and education.
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