Ontic Collective

Bethan Clarke, David Cundy, Ëpha J Roe & Glen Turner

29 September–27 October

Wed - Sun 11am-Wed - Sun 5pm

Harnessing the parallel threads of their individual practice, Ontic aim to present a wider joint narrative about artistic practice post digital revolution.

As photography becomes more and more ubiquitous, it’s familiarity poses risks to the photographic image as something to be considered or studied. This varied approach to the photographic form focuses on slowing down the audience’s eye; offering them a meditative experience that is example ed by the collective’s interdisciplinary approach to photography. As photography is more and more a lived experience, it is Ontic’s intent to replicate that experience within the space.


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

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