Birmingham Artist Research

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Documentary Photography based on artists that have produced work in or around Birmingham.

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  • http://www.7inch.org.uk/news/2009/10/fairbrother-time-lapse-sequence/
  • http://www.connectinghistories.org.uk/birminghamstories/guides/downloads/bs_rg_visualising-birmingham.pdf
  • http://www.manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/uploads/docs/050037.pdf
  • Birmingham Artist Research

    1. 1. Birmingham Trip
    2. 2. The Photography Collective – Orchestra of Disorientation• Based in Birmingham – street photography and documentation made into film: https://vimeo.com/20236127
    3. 3. • photographer Derek Fairbrother took a series of images from the same spot in Birmingham’s Chamberlain square between 1963 and 1986.Video:• http://www.7inch.org.uk/news/2009/10/fairbrother-time-lapse-sequence/
    4. 4. • Worked for the Bournville Village Trust between 1939-1943. Commissioned to document the utopian ideal’s of life at Bournville.• Book: Homes fit for Heroes.
    5. 5. Beat Strueli - New StreetSee more in the online gallery here: http://www.ikon-gallery.co.uk/programme/current/gallery/673/new_street/
    6. 6. • Aladdin Houses, commission for an exhibition alongside Bill Brandt’s work. .• http://www.stuartwhipps.com/index.php?/project/the-aladdin-houses/
    7. 7. “I wanted the buildings to look like models, and to photograph them from aboveon sunny days so there was a sense of a singular light source” – Tom Merilion
    8. 8. Aerial photographs of Birmingham. Merilion achieved this by photographing froma small aircraft flying low over the city centre. He used an architectural lens thewrong way round, with a selective focus and a polarizing filter to emphasize thecolours of sky and foliage.
    9. 9. Series of work: metropoli project 2000 – 2003. Includes images on Birmingham andother major UK cities.http://www.johndavies.uk.com/
    10. 10. Matt Murtagh
    11. 11. • www.jaskirtdhaliwal.co.uk

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