Third Effect presents the work of f-twentytwo, an international photography collective involved in a visual exploration of the urban environment. The exhibition will run from 4-12 of October, including a talk by the artists on the 11th October.
Third Effect brings together inter-disciplinary visual perspectives on everyday life in the city. All the artists come from different backgrounds, disciplines and theoretical positions. Through a variety of genres that range from landscape to portraiture, from street photography to documentary, the photographs contribute to contemporary discussions on the representation of place and identity.
The event will open the UrbanPhotoFest 2012, and is organised in partnership with the Centre for Urban and Community Research (CUCR), Goldsmiths, University of London; Birkbeck College; and Kingston University. It is also part of Photomonth 2012.
In conjunction with the festival, f-twentytwo will host a talk; Urban Photography that Speaks? with a selection of the exhibiting artists discussing photographic practice as a visual method of analyzing and navigating the city.
Urban Photography that Speaks?
11th October 2012, 18:30