Displaying Dinosaurs and Collecting Curiosities
What it is you collect? What is it you are passionate about sharing and displaying for others to enjoy? How would you represent your collection to the public?
Bring along an object from your collection to a photographic workshop where you will work within a studio set up to create a series of images for display. You will explore ways in which you can represent your collection: using coloured lighting gels, drawn and collaged backdrops and photographic techniques.
Within this artist-led workshop you will gain experience and knowledge in studio lighting and DSLR photography techniques as well as creating imagery to be shared within our Towner Collective Cabinet of Curiosities.
Session is lead by Lynn Weddle, her practice is concerned with human interaction and exploring the myriad of ways we present and are presented through photographic portraiture.
Lynn received a first class degree in Photography from Falmouth College of Art and has a Masters in Photography from the University of Brighton.
Based in Brighton, UK, Lynn has been working as an artist and artist educator since 2003 returning time and time again to the feelings and frameworks around being observed and taken.