Photography exhibition at The Cornerstone Gallery
17 April 2013
Processing is a photography exhibition that will be held at The Cornerstone Gallery, Liverpool, from 7 June - 29 September 2013.
The exhibition has been devised in response to three significant and unseen bodies of work that photographers Kevin Casey (Gallery Supervisor at FACT), Stephen King and McCoy Wynne have been undertaking. These works are in advanced stages of development but are considered as 'works in progress'.
To advance these bodies of works, critical collaborations have been instigated between the photographers and artist Joni Karanka, and writers Linda Pittwood and Kenn Taylor. The project will result in 27 new photographic and written works that will reflect the outcomes of these collaborations.
To fully articulate the conversations and relationships between the photographers and writers, we plan to produce a newspaper that will be freely distributed. In order to fund this, we have recently launched a crowdfunding campaign. The newspaper will provide another platform for the project; a space to experiment, test out ideas and promote critical debate around the key themes of the project.
If you wish to support the project by contributing to the newspaper, you can do so through our Sponsume page: http://www.sponsume.com/project/processing-newspaper Any support would be greatly appreciated!
For more information visit the project website: http://processingproject.wordpress.com/
Processing is part of the Parallel Programme of the LOOK/13 International Photography Festival in Liverpool during May and June.