msdm a nomadic house-studio-gallery for photographic art and curatorial research, an expanded practice of the artist's book, photobook publishing and peer-to-peer collaboration created by contemporary artist paula roush
Amelia Attle, Raluca Babos, Emma Bircham, Razvan Bronda, Iga Cegielko, Jemima Charrett-Dykes, Anesha Darling, Katharine Gentry, Bethany Gwynne, Isabella Hewlett, Peter Di-Mola Jordan, Toby Hinds, Charlotte Joseph, Tomasz Klimara, Mollie Lyons, Samrawit Mihreteab, Jai Mills, Daisy Morey, Micah Morgan, Joshua Pilkington, Regan Ross, Dan Sargent, Jean-Charles Sibanda, Megan Smallshaw, Ryan Sparkes, Aleksandra Stepka, Sam Sutton, Sarah Teacy, Isaac Watson, Esin Yakar.
AND GUESTS: Pippa Healy, Heloise Bergman, Lara Gonzalez, Sara Joy, Brenny Dyes and Wendy Elliott.
PHOTOBOOK POP UP #3
Double launch of Pigeon Press and Unveil’d Presents
at the London South Bank University Southwark campus (Elephant & Castle)
London Road Photobook Pop Up and Borough Rd Gallery, London
Two projects dedicated to the presentation of photobook publishing projects within an experimental exploration of photographic research and publishing practice. The PHOTOBOOK POP UP, now in its third edition, is a combination of photobook shop and project space, showcasing photobooks created at the School of Arts and Creative Industries, London South Bank University, Photography programme.
Unveil’d Photobook #01
Over 200 publications from the Unveil'd Photobook Collection
Presented alongside an exhibition of photographic work, artist talks,
book launches and signings.
Steve Bisson, founding editor of Urbanautica presented the new book
'Maungakiekie. Olives in Auckland' along with its author Harvey Benge.
Photographers and publishers, discussing their approaches to photobook publishing included: Alexandre Christiaens, Cameron Williamson & Anne Erhard, Thomas Duffield & Richard Higginbottom, Marine Lanier, Winne Lievens, Lucy Saunders and Joe Wright.
msdm is Mobile Strategies of Display & Mediation
a nomadic House — Studio — Gallery for photographic art
curatorial research, expanded practice of the artist's book
photobook publishing and peer - to - peer collaborations
by appointment only
please e-mail to schedule a visit
school of arts & creative industries
london south bank university