Past Belfast Exchange Gallery Exhibition

Documenting Change

5 February to 28 February 2015

Image courtesy of Edward Smyth

Image courtesy of Edward Smyth

Image courtesy of Vincent Taggart

Image courtesy of Vincent Taggart

Terminal Connectors by David Finlay

Terminal Connectors by David Finlay

Image courtesy of George Robb

Image courtesy of George Robb

Image courtesy of Ellen Finlay

Image courtesy of Ellen Finlay

Image courtesy of Judith Cole

Image courtesy of Judith Cole

Documenting Change is the theme of our 2015 Belfast Exposed Training Participant exhibition. This annual exhibition is a showcase of the work being created by a number of students who have taken part in our Stage Three training over the last year, ranging from Portrait, to Street and Documentary photography.

Belfast Exposed tutors Chris Barr and Jim Maginn set the theme of this year’s exhibition, Documenting Change. The emphasis is on how photography and the photographer have impacted broader society and self. Virtually no arena of human experience has been excluded from the process of change, from consumerism to politics, from self to the other. The artists involved become the agents of documenting that social change.

Artists: David Abrahams, Judith Cole, Gabriel Laurentiu Cucu, Trevor Emerson, David Finlay, Ellen Finlay, Lorraine Fox, Rachel Kydd, George Robb, Edward Smyth, and Vincent Taggart

We have more than 30 years experience delivering practical training courses, enabling students to develop and grow as photographers. Our photography training structure has four stages; each stage designed to help develop students’ photography skills, understand photography as a creative medium and foster an awareness of themselves as photographers. To find out more information about the Belfast Exposed training course structure and upcoming courses go to our Courses & Workshops page or email 

 

Documenting Change will open in the Exchange Space, Belfast Exposed on Thursday 5 February 2015 from 7pm to 9pm. All are welcome. Documenting Change continues until Saturday 28 February.