Photography Exhibition – ‘Duality’

Photography Exhibition – ‘Duality’

This event takes place on: May 31 at 18:00 in The Campus

The Sharp Project will be hosting the Manchester launch of ‘Duality’, a documentary photography exhibition by tenant Tristan Poyser who is located in RED 011 and colleague Simon Bray.

Plus a chance to network whilst enjoying a local gin and beer tasting sessions from Brindle Distillery, Runaway Brewery, Track Brewery & Blackjack Brewery.

Previously exhibited as part of the Brighton Photo Biennial and shared with an international audience on BBC In Pictures.

‘Duality’ explores the way in which our uniform, workwear and casual clothes influence the perception of the individual. To find out more, please click here.

“First appearances really count. If you go in a suit they’ll expect that you sit in an office and everyone else will do the work, whereas if you turn up in your work clothes everyone can see that youre actually going to do the work yourself” – Eddie

When Im wearing my normal clothes, Im just another person, when Im on the farm, in my work clothes, people know who I am and what Im there to do.” – Elliot

To register your interest, please RSVP here

‘Duality’ is supported by Arts Council England and was created through the Redeye Photography Network.

Featured artists:

Tristan Poyser is a Manchester based photographer his work has been exhibited at international photography festivals including, Format, Brighton fringe, Hull (HIP) & Look Liverpool. His current ongoing project ‘Borders of Brexit’ explores the landscape and communities living along the 310 mile administrative and imaginative border between the UK and EU in Ireland.

Simon Bray is a photographic artist based in Manchester. His work has been displayed in The Whitworth, MIF and The Southbank Centre, and published by The Guardian, BBC and Positive News. He is currently working on documentary project, ‘Loved&Lost’ exploring participants’ experiences of loss, as well as producing the upcoming Martin Parr exhibition for Manchester Art Gallery.

The Sharp Project
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