With distinguished photographer and concept designer Kasia Wozniak
Kasia Wozniak, distinguished photographer and concept designer, talks about the importance of image and the role that images play in the arts, with particular reference to her own practice. Kasia works mainly with the Wet Plate Collodion process, one of the first photography techniques, dating back to the beginning of the nineteenth century.
Kasia Wozniak is fascinated by the idea of creating a photographic image that is both permanent and fragile, encapsulating the bespoke element of the photograph created once and only once, in the moment never to be repeated. Simultaneously, she is concerned with the relationship between photographer, sitter and the viewer. Her work questions the authenticity of the image and how we view photographs today. She is intrigued by how the photographic image can become an object in its own right in the age of digital image making.
Kasia has been a guest lecturer and workshop leader at The National Portrait Gallery, The Fox Talbot Museum at Lacock Abbey, University of The Arts London (Central Saint Martins/ London College of Fashion) and the Norwich University of the Arts.
This salon style event will be held from 6.30pm on Tuesday 28 May at Blacks Club, 67 Dean St, Soho, London W1D 4QH. The talk itself will commence promptly at 7.00pm, and should last about an hour.
Space at the event is strictly limited. RSVP in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place, indicating whether or not you are a Member of Blacks.
These will be allocated on a strictly first come, first served basis. Please reserve your place now to avoid disappointment!
The event will cost £10 per person on the door, payable to R&V either by cheque or in cash.