Reading Time: 5 minutes During the Covid-19 lockdown, a cohort of 15 photography students formed an independent research group. Their resulting publication and website use code to sequence their images, reflecting the collaborative experience they shared
Tag: Jack Latham
Reading Time: 2 minutes Winner of the BJP International Photography Award 2019, Jack Latham discusses his latest photobook Latent Bloom — which seeks to visualise how machine learning adapts and transforms every engagement we have online
Reading Time: 5 minutes The photographer and educator invites us to the top floor of a disused building off Exeter’s high street, where he has transformed a former gym into a self-built camera, darkroom and studio
Reading Time: 5 minutes In our ongoing series, six photographers provide work answering to a single word. Including text and work by Guy Tillim, Pixy Liao, Jack Latham and others, the images act as both question and answer to the concept of Habitat
Reading Time: 7 minutes The second edition of Jack Latham’s 2016 photobook follows on from recent developments in the infamous Reykjavik Confessions
Reading Time: 3 minutes “The idea of a context vacuum is a fascinating one,” says Jack Latham of his…
Reading Time: 3 minutes This month, we present a small selection of work that will be shown at Format festival, which returns to the Quad Arts Centre in Derby, England for its ninth edition this March. Under the theme Forever/Now, our edit of notable projects emphasises the festival’s slant towards ‘crooked’ documentary practices, where a lack of subject or search for the unknown is filled by fiction and interpretation.
Reading Time: 3 minutes An exclusive British Journal of Photography commission gives one photographer the opportunity to capture the untold stories surrounding fracking in the UK
Reading Time: 5 minutes “When I returned to the work, the notion of place became the focus precisely because of what had not changed in their social landscape over 20 years”
Reading Time: 9 minutes For over four decades, the documentary photography course has forged a reputation as one of the UK’s leading photography teaching destinations. In fact, the very first photography class can be dated back even further to 1912, when it was introduced by the head of the school of art at Newport Technical Institute. The course, however, was set up in 1973 by Magnum photographer David Hurn as a 12-month Training Opportunities Scheme to ‘re-skill’ miners and steelworkers.