Exhibitions

Carriage Cultures – Adapting to Space

 girl looking in mirror

May 2018
Sheffield Railway Station

A few of the images from a series commissioned by the University of Sheffield and the National Railway Museum for the Railway Cultures project.  The pictures are published in the book, Railway Cultures, with a series of essays written by academics from the university.  See an article on the exhibition here: Yorkshire Post article

Open Up – Two Worlds

5th, 6th, 7th, 12th, 13th May 2018
The Art House, 8 Backfields, Sheffield, S1 4HJ

This set of images captures a few of the endless momentary reflections and visions which appear and then disappear never to exist in exactly the same way again – like brief glimpses into another world – pop-up places which reveal themselves in the most normal of scenes. They are all taken in and around UK city waters including the River Don and Sheffield Canal.

 

Carriage Cultures – Adapting to Space

 man with coat on head

May and June 2018
DLA Piper, St. Paul’sPlace, Sheffield

Images from a series commissioned by the University of Sheffield and the National Railway Museum for the Railway Cultures project.  The pictures are published in the book, Railway Cultures, with a series of essays written by academics from the university.

 

PAST EXHIBITIONS

Two Worlds

flyer

February – May 2015
La Finestra, Baixada de Viladecols, 2, Barcelona Spain

This set of images captures a few of the endless momentary reflections and visions which appear and then disappear never to exist in exactly the same way again – like brief glimpses into another world – pop-up places which reveal themselves in the most normal of scenes. They are all taken in and around UK city waters including the River Don and Sheffield Canal.

 

Reconnect – The Mouth and Society

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March 2015
The Hub, Shiregreen, Sheffield
Soarworks, Parson Cross, Sheffield
Whitewillows, Dyche Road, Jordanthorpe, Sheffield

April 2015
Medical School, The University of Sheffield

Laura has taken a series of photographs and sound recordings of people in and around Sheffield eating their lunchtime meal. They offer a glimpse into how the structure of our lives – our age, our background, our family and work commitments – affect the time we have available to eat. This can go on to influence what we eat, how and who with. More and more of us in the UK seem to be leaving the regular, ritual, communal meal behind us and eating alone. As we are generally coerced into dedicating less time to our daytime meal we can ask how much impact this might have on the balance of our lives and what we might lose. Will we miss the sharing of conversation and stories, the good quality food and the time for reflection and digestion too? The work is inspired by Dr. Barry Gibson, Reader in Medical Sociology, at the School of Dentistry, University of Sheffield.

 

Two Worlds

Two Worlds: Sheffield Canal 5

June 2015
The Quays 1819, Victoria Quays, Wharf Street, Sheffield

This set of images captures a few of the endless momentary reflections and visions which appear and then disappear never to exist in exactly the same way again – like brief glimpses into another world – pop-up places which reveal themselves in the most normal of scenes. They are all taken in and around UK city waters including the River Don and Sheffield Canal.

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