FORM at Brighton Photo Fringe presents: The Death of the Author

30 September


Join FORM in the Phoenix, Brighton for a panel discussion with members of the collective and Paul Herrmann director of Redeye Photography Network.

In an engaging panel presentation, we aim to spark fresh conversations on themes in contemporary image making. Join us to discuss the changing role of the contemporary photographer, and the benefits of collective and collaborative working. Recommended for any photographers and artists seeking to build their careers or move in new directions.

Paul Hermann is one of the leading figures within Contemporary Photographic practice in the UK. He is the director of Redeye Photography Network, a not-for-profit Community Benefit Society set up to support photographers at every level, and build networks across photography. It is based in Manchester, UK, and has subscribers and users across the UK and globally.

Timing: 2:30pm - 3:30pm, Phoenix Brighton.

Free but limited Spaces, RSVP HERE

As part of our Super Sunday Talks, this panel discussion follows COLD CASES Public Talk with Natasha Caruan a Phoenix.

0 BPF18 Collectives' & Youth Hub
Phoenix Brighton
10-14 Waterloo Place
Brighton, BN2 9NB

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