How to Show? Lab for Research and Art
Emma Campbell – Photography
20.03 (Thursday) Opening
22.03 (Saturday) Talk: “Artist in Residence, Emma Campbell will give a talk on her current research, where photography, feminist activism and research collide.”
29.03 (Saturday) Film Presentation: Sarah Diehl: Abortion Democracy
(The film is in English with German subtitles)
30.03 (Sunday) Finissage
HOW TO SHOW? LAB FOR RESEARCH AND ART is a series of events, talks and exhibitions showcasing artistic research projects from Bauhaus-University Weimar, Aalto University, Academy of Fine Arts Helsinki and University of Ulster. The project is intended to foster the exchange of experiences between researchers and institutions and to present artistic research projects to a broader public. From February to April 2014 eleven doctoral candidates will work at different project spaces developing experimental formats to share and present their research in Berlin.
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Belfast-born EMMA CAMPBELL is a trained Documentary Photographer (Newport, 2000), with more than a decade experience working in the London photo industry. Switching back to university Emma gained a MFA in Photography from the University of Ulster, where she currently continues with a practice-based PhD, researching the impact of women’s documentary photography in the UK. Emma’s work has been shown at multiple galleries and festivals in London and Ireland during the last fifteen years.