Talk: Collaboration and cross-disciplinary practices, with Jemma Foster, Laura Copsey, and Emily Rudge
Thursday 25th February
Online, Tickets here, Pay what you can
The London Alternative Photography Collective invite you to a talk which discusses the relevance of collaborative and cross-disciplinary modes of working when thinking about a sustainable and conscious creative practice. Joined by Jemma Foster, Laura Copsey and Emily Rudge, a collaborative trio coming from different disciplines. They share knowledge and skills that cover – botany, astro-herbalism, photography, film, music and art therapy.
Laura, Emily and Jemma met in 2019 and share an interest in the alchemy of plants and their potential within creative processes. After taking part in LAPC’s 2020 Sustainable Darkroom, they since formed a collective, working out of the Wild Alchemy Lab and taking part in various workshops and residencies.
Wednesday 03rd March
Online (on Zoom), Pay what you can
What is the intersection between art and advocacy? What role does photography play in creating agency? Hear Tami Aftab and Marie Smith in conversation with editor and curator Emma Bowkett (FT Weekend Magazine) This talk explores the links in their two different practices and how they look to family and identity in their approach to the subject of health in their work. This discussion will include presentations from the artists and Q&A with the audience.
Details on how to access the event will be confirmed upon registration. Please check your junk folders if you haven’t received an email from TPG staff confirming your place
This workshop is split into two parts
Saturday 13th March, 10.30 – 11.30am (GMT)
SUNDAY 14th March, 14.30 – 16.00pm (GMT)
Online event, tickets here, £20 – £35, 12 places available
Learn how to manipulate a leaf’s ability to photosynthesise and transform it into a light-sensitive surface for creating photographs with Alice Cazenave.
This is an experimental photographic process practiced by Alice Cazenave since 2015. It uses kitchen equipment and low-toxicity chemistry. It is a temperamental process which yields different results based on the plant’s biochemistry.
Unlike the more commonly known chlorophyll process; Pelargonium Printing takes about 3 days to complete, but only 1 hour of this time requires your intervention. It uses geranium leaves as photographic paper.