Photoworks Annual Issue 22 looks at women and their roles in photography, as subjects, creators and consumers. For this panel discussion, contributors to the Annual explore themes raised within it and pose questions around the changing landscape of gender and visual culture within photography, with references to the 70s, 80s and now.
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Catherine Grant – art historian and lecturer in the Art and Visual Cultures Departments at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Olivier Richon – artist and professor at the Royal College of Art, where he is head of the Photography programme. He is represented by Ibid. London & Los Angeles.
Natasha Caruana – artist and Senior Lecturer of Photography at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham.
Max Houghton – writer, editor, curator and lecturer at London College of Communication.
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2. Natasha Caruana exploring the idea of wit within her work.
3. Olivier Richon talks about the work of Marie Kelly as inspiration and how his own work engages with the notion of wit.
4. Catherine Grant questions where photography is today and what it means to be represented within our online culture.
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