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King's Landing by George Miles

King's Landing by George Miles

States of America Walkthrough

with George Miles

Join us for a different perspective on our exhibition as artists, experts, researchers and academics give short talks in their field of expertise relating to the concepts of explored in our exhibition States of America: Photography from the Civil Rights Movement to the Reagan Era.

Wednesday Walkthroughs are 45min talks, every other Wednesday within exhibition dates.


Wed 20 Sept, 2pm

George Miles, Nottingham Trent University

George is a lecturer and leader of first year BA (Hons) Photography at NTU, he teaches visual practice in year one and two. He is interested in working with graduate or post-graduate students that wish to engage with the process of making pictures to ask questions about the world, themselves, and the medium itself. He studied with American photographer Stephen Shore and his work has been exhibited in the UK and the USA. George’s work examines how the land is used, viewed, and mediated; both physically and through its representations. His practice sits within the photographic tradition of ‘the everyday’ attempting to find the sublime in the ordinary, in the hope that by doing so it may help people to value the world a little more. He is currently intrigued with how this process is affected by the way pictures are made and consumed on mobile platforms, and how it differs from the printed page or exhibition. More>>

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