PhotoAccess is proud to present The ONE Project. Curated by portrait photographer Hilary Wardhaugh, this ambitious exhibition showcases 29 works by 28 photographers. The images were made using one camera and one roll of film, passed between each photographer over a period of six months. The exhibition explores the nature of the photographic image in our digital age.
Artists include: Tim Anger, Samantha Birch, Madeline Bishop, Jeremy Byrnes, Geoff Comfort, Rowan Conroy, Grace Costa, Sean Davey, Geoffrey Dunn, Denise Ferris, Lee Grant, William Hall, Lindi Heap, Leonie Keogh, Katie Kolenberg, Cathy Laudenbach, David McClenaghan, Mark Mohell, Jennifer Nagy, Dan O’Day, Candice Ottaway, David Paterson, Jocelyn Rosen, George Serras, Julian Stevenson, Rohan Thompson, Kelly Tunney, Hilary Wardhaugh.
The ONE Project is a comment that today with access to technology we make millions of images every day, which often renders the ‘image’ to digital noise. I wanted to create simplicity, by limiting myself to only making ONE image of a person, captured in-camera, with no photo manipulation, making the portrait considered, increasing its half-life and its emotional and social value.
In Conversation event with three of the 28 photographers from ‘The ONE Project’ exhibition: Jeremy Byrnes, Katie Kolenberg and Hilary Wardhaugh. Facilitated by ‘The ONE Project’ exhibition coordinator Hilary Wardhaugh. Sunday 6 March 2016. PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery.
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