Following on from two very successful exhibitions in PhotoIreland 2010 and 2011 as well as a landmark show at the Profile Gallery in the UK, this exhibition will be illustrating the work of a group of likeminded photographers who use historical photographic processes. As computer prints have grown ever more photographic the desire to produce labour intensive photographs by hand has grown more urgent.
Digital photography has continued to convince practitioners of its potential and dependability however it is reassuring to note that there are still photographers willing to reformulate their working methods to include the historical as part of their contemporary practice.
Alison Baker Kerrigan, Dominique Beyens, Caitriona Dunnett, Karena Hutton, Kasia Kesicka, Jamie Maxwell, Stephen McCullagh, Ian Mitton, Adrian Reilly, Dominic Turner, and Gwen Wilkinson
Opening day: 7pm Thu 28 June
Dates: 29 June–10 July
Centre for Creative Practices