Photographic artist Melinda Gibson joins us for an evening discussion on her life and work, where she will delve into her unique approach to photography.
Through her work with found imagery, Melinda Gibson takes an experimental approach to the form, creating 'visual remixes' that force the viewer to reconsider the medium and its canon. 'By slicing, cutting and de-contextualising the images I start to gain a greater appreciation of the works; I start understanding why and how these images have been created.' - Melinda Gibson.
In this event, Melinda will talk about her recent project, Lunar Caustic, where she collaborated with Thomas Sauvin on thousands of salvaged, neglected negatives, and discuss more generally her artistic process and approach to the medium.
The following day Melinda will give a group critique and workshop. Tickets to the workshop include entry to this talk.