67.31cm x 98cm
Silver offset litho on uncoated FSC paper.
10 variations of 5 designs. Each poster is from an edition of 5.
I am immensely proud to announce that I was made the recipient of the 2015 Bar Tur Photobook Award. The ceremony took place at The Photographers' Gallery in London and the award was presented by Armon Bar Tur. The award offers me the opportunity to work closely with The Photographers’ Gallery and Here Press to produce a photobook of my latest series 'Sugar Paper Theories'. I am indebted to The Photographers' Gallery and to the Bar Tur family for this life changing opportunity to push forward my project to the next stage of development.
For more information about the award click here: www.barturphotobookaward.org.uk
Bar-Tur Photobook Award ceremony at The Photographers' Gallery © Kate Elliott, 2015
Dai George & myself will be speaking atDiffusion Festival's Symposium on the 30th at Chapter Arts. Join us as we discuss the relationship Wales has with post-industrial America. Cymerica. http://diffusionfestival.org/…/looking-for-america-symposium
"In every story of things that go bump in the night, there are two possibilities. One, that it's a hoax. Two, that there is something going on beyond the grasp of the human mind". Featuring Black Channels and James Burt
Shrouded in secrecy, Two Knocks For Yes will incorporate talks, music, theatre and photography.
And so begins Black Channels' radiophonic exploration into the poltergeist phenomenon that forms part of this evenings immersive entertainment, alongside a talk on the folklore of death and water by James Burt, ghost stories and archive video footage, all hosted by paranormal enthusiast, Curtis James.
Real life reports of paranormal activity, otherworldly vibrations and oscillations, chilling accounts of nocturnal visitations and strange activity in the most mundane of suburban surroundings will echo around the 19th Century stone walls of Saint Andrews Church, Brighton. There are tales of hauntings in the venue itself (no longer used for worship), and it is certainly true that the burial vaults beneath the pews have yet to be removed.
I'm incredibly happy to announce I have a portrait in this years Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize! The exhibition opens to the public on the 12th of November at the National Portrait Gallery in London. The portrait chosen is from my yet unfinished project in Iceland called 'Sugar Paper Theories'
More information about the prize here:http://www.npg.org.uk/whatson/twppp-2015/exhibition.php
The WINNER of the Gold Rush Scratch card has been found! Congratulations Helge Skodvin on revealing three flamingos and winning the 50x40" print from the project 'A Pink Flamingo'
Check out Helge's work here:
and have a look at his most recent book 'A Moveable Beast' here:
Thanks to everybody that pre-ordered the book!
The companion zine to my short film 'A Space Cowboy' is officially on sale! Join Emil the hitchhiker and I (with a stolen copy of Buddhism for Dummies) along the highways of Idaho and Oregon as we negotiate a country whose government has shutdown.
with poem by Sofia Kathryn Smith
22 Duotone Plates
11.86 cm x 15.94 cm
Half Cover with pull out
Designed by StanleyJames Press
Edition of 100
Includes 'Municipal Hitchhikers Feedback Form'
I'm very proud to able to invite you to the launch of my first monograph 'A Pink Flamingo'. The launch coincides with an exhibition at Stadium Plaza during Diffusion Festival which runs through October in Cardiff.
The launch itself is happening next door at The 'Stute on the 3rd of October at 3pm.
Hope to see you there!