What-if (2017)

Photographic workshops, community engagement, fanzine design and production, exhibition

The brief was to design ten photographic image making workshops with a final exhibition. The audience was made up of Crisis clients with a mixed ability therefore the workshops had to be designed in a way that was accessible to all attendees.

The commission was won on the basis of how the work could be presented by the artist without revealing their identity. This was done by taking photographs of the artist holding their work but only showing their hands. This showed the diversity of the group but preserved their anonymity.

The workshops took the form of image capture using traditional photography, digital effects using VJ software, collage, assemblage and drawing. Discussion and debate formed a major part of the workshops with a wide range of subjects covered. This helped create a bond with the group and allowed people to contribute even if they were not participating with the image making.

The final output for the project was a printed fanzine and exhibition of the work. Which was also featured as part of Crisis 50th Anniversary.

Downloads:
What-if Fanzine, Crisis Skylight Brent
crisis-brent-what-if-zine-32p-web.pdf

Grant funded: Crisis Skylight Brent


What-if (2017)

What-if, Crisis Skylight Brent (2017)


What-if (2017)

What-if, Crisis Skylight Brent (2017)


What-if (2017)

What-if, Crisis Skylight Brent (2017)


What-if (2017)

What-if, Crisis Skylight Brent (2017)