An exhibition showcasing photographic talent has returned to Edward Street and features three Brighton graduates.
Cream, a selection of the most interesting and diverse photographic talents to emerge from 2017 features BA(Hons) Photography graduates Rebeca Gutierrez Fickling, Hollie Blanchard and Rebecca Shears.
Rebeca Gutierrez Fickling
Rebeca’s photograms are exploring the themes of the Anthropocene, a geological time period that we have recently entered where our Earth’s ecosystems are being altered by human activity.
In ‘Lineage’ Hollie collaborates with her relatives delicately probing the human condition; mortality and preparing for loss.
In ‘Polyethylene Alchemy’ Rebecca deals with the fragile notion of time. Through the use of the Wet Plate Collodion process, she solidifies the once fleeting moment into the form of a physical object.
Cream 2017: A Showcase of Graduate Photography Talent runs from until 6th January 2018 at Edward Street, Brighton.
For further information, please contact Crane Kalman Brighton Gallery on 01273 697096 or visit www.cranekalmanbrighton.com.