paula  is the founder of MSDM, the studio that does less photography
and more photographic practice.

paula roush is a photographer and founder of msdm.studio. She is the author of several photoworks investigating how consciousness becomes a photographic object, including Nothing to Undo, Bus-Spotting+ A Story and Super-Private. paula’s work has been featured in numerous publications including Dear Aby Warburg: What can be done with images? Dealing with Photographic MaterialOrder and Collapse: The Lives of Archives, and  Watching Europe and Beyond: Survellance, Art and Photography in the New Millenium

msdm editions and publications are in many public collections including Victoria & Albert Museum’s National Art Library, London and  Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET), New York. They’ve also been recognised by Kassel and Arles photobook awards and Sheffield International Artists’ Books Awards. The Found Photo Foundation, part of the studio holdings, is a home for orphan photographs and source for the Orphan editions.

paula  is Senior Lecturer in Photography and the Gallery and Self-Publishing and the Photobook at School of Arts and Creative Industries, London South Bank University, UK.

The London-based studio often collaborates with artists, theorists and cultural organisations, working in the intersection of art, design, photographic practice and the ‘everyday’ experience of visual communication – in foodfashion, to well-beingeducation and space regeneration

about the studio




contact:
msdm@msdm.org.uk
+44 (0)7711483319