I was recently asked to be a key speaker at In Your Face - a symposium held at London College of Communication on photography and faces. It was a really interesting day, and great to be involved.
Other speakers included Debbie Challis, who spoke about photography's dark history with physiognomy and eugenics, Cameron Foote, curator at Whitechapel who talked about Thomas Ruff's work, and Caroline Wilkinson from Facelab. My talk focused on my long term project The Study of Peter Pan.
The Study of Peter Pan (2014) © Kate Elliott