Julia Horbaschk takes part in a group show with 33 Morley College staff showing a diverse range of art at Holborn Library.
Holborn Library was the first large, multi-functional, post-war library in London and one of the earliest Modernist public libraries in the UK.
Questions of ‘worth’, public and social space, architecture, community, archives, knowledge and record keeping will be addressed.
Julia Horbaschk will be showing her work in progress "Time for Trees" kindly sponsored by Spectrum Photographic Brighton.
"Worthing was once a thriving tourism resort.
Now it is caught in a time of nostalgia and renewal. As a document the images trace the shapes of the palms set against the coast and sky and as B/W images they capture the fine textures of water, sky and leafs.
With harsh westerly winds some of the palms have not developed equally well. For me the images are a metaphor for time passing and as a collective they question preconceived ideas of beauty and perfection."
Other photographers include:
Steve Mepsted, Julia Horbaschk, Stephen Wright
Lara Ritosa Roberts
Carol Wilhide Justin