Publications, exhibitions and scholarly activity
See a selection of highlights produced by the Bristol Photography Research Group.
Banks, L. (2015) Look Up - A screening and analysis of my practice research into space, time and grief through film. In: Material Environments: Sensing Time and Matter in Digital and Visual Culture, University of Greenwich, London, UK, 24-25 July 2015.
Banks, L. (2015) Look Up - A screening and analysis of my practice research into the photographic approach to filmmaking. In:Photography in the 21st Century: Philosophy, art & technique, Central St Martins, London, UK, 5-6 June 2015.
Bright, N. (2012) Unnatural natural history. [Show/Exhibition]
Bright, N. (2011) Open 2. [Show/Exhibition]
Campbell, J. (2009) Warned off (the dogs): Institutional power & surveillance. Draft, Issue.
Campbell, J. and Allen, P. (2009) Boring, trivial and dubious: Photographing place and the construction of meaning. In: Framing Time and Place: Repeats and Returns in Photography, Plymouth University, UK, 16th April 2009.
Fraser, A. (2015) Toledo and the trinity of death in Mexico: Dia de los Muertos, La Catrina y La Santa Muerte. In: Understanding the Day of the Dead, British Museum, London, UK, 02 November 2015.
Fraser, A. and The Photographers' Gallery, Trolley Books, Bar-Tur Foundation, Arts Council England (2015) Santa Muerte. [Creative work: artist's book]
Fraser, A. (2015) Practice as research - an oxymoron? The teacher/practitioner identity. In: APHE (Association of Photography in Higher Education) Summer Conference 2015, Nottingham, UK, 1-3 July 2015.
Fraser, A. (2010) Shrine - an ongoing research project that explores the re-presentation of devotional iconography through the photographic medium. [Artefact]
Harman, A. (2015) Pictures from Home, La Galleria, London
Harman, A. (2014) Sony World Photography Awards, London, Liverpool, Cologne, Bratislava.
Harman, A. (2014) YMCA & I, Lightbox, Woking
Harman, A. (2014) Garden Stories, Tyntesfield, Wraxhall
Harman, A. (2014) Portrait Salon, Fuse Art Space, Bradford
Harman, A. (2013) 161 Annual Open, RWA, Bristol
Harman, A. (2013) Portrait Salon, Four Corners, London
Harman, A. (2013) YMCA & I, RIBA Gallery, London
Harman, A. (2009-11) Bleachbox Gallery, AAF Toronto, New York, Brussels, Amsterdam, London, Paris
Harman, A. (2010) Slow Play, F Gallery, Bristol
Harman, A. (2009) Secret Gardens, KWMC, Bristol1/5
Mahmoodian, A (2016) Shenasnameh (Birth Certificate). ICVL Studio and RRB Publishing
Sobers, S. (2015) Self-portraiture and portraiture in the dialogic moment. In: Gender Recalled, King's College, London, 30th June 2015.
Sobers, S. (2015) Photography and integrity - an overview. In:Exclave 2015 and Photography and Integrity Symposium, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, 25th - 28th June 2015.
Sobers, S. (2015) One bridge, two Williams: Photographic integrity in the age of ubiquity. Exclave, 4000. pp. 5-8.
Sobers, S. (2015) Walking interconnections: Case study of methods of a participatory action research project. In:Visual Social Science Network, Watershed, Bristol, UK, 4 March 2015.
Sobers, S. and Mitchell, R. (2015) Photojournalism and ethics: In search of a peace journalism. In:Bristol Cable Seminar Workshop, Bristol, UK, 17 March 2015.
Sobers, S. (2014) Familiar ways: Vulnerable auto-ethnography in creative practice. In:Family Matters, Bristol, UK, 5 December 2014. Bristol: Family Ties Network
Sobers, S., Porter, S., Parfitt, A. and Wheeler, A. (2014) Walking interconnections: Walking in someone else's shoes. In:Thinking Futures, MShed, Bristol, UK, 1-11 November 2014. Bristol, MShed: Bristol University
Sobers, S. (2014) Photography that revisits: Participatory influences in post-colonial, auto-ethnographic visual anthropology practices. In:Photography and Anthropology Conference - Royal Anthropology Institute, British Museum, London, 29 - 31 May 2014. British Museum: British Museum
Sobers, S. (2013) Enthusiastic facilitator, reluctant anthropologist. In:Conference for the International Visual Sociology Association, Goldsmiths, London, UK, 8-10 July 2013.
Sobers, S. (2012) Identity in community media (negotiating marginal positions within photographic practices). In:Rendering the Real: Negotiating Marginal Positions within Photographic Practices, 198 Contemporary Gallery, London, 21st April 2012.
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