Two new audio conversations on photobooks from Wales…
I hope you had a relaxing Christmas - it may well go down as one of the strangest.
As Hogmanay and 2021 are almost upon us, this Newsletter’s discussions on photography books from Wales (that extend the titles covered in issue #005 of the printed Offline Journal) continue with one featured here and another in a special Newsletter coming on New Years Day.
Keep an eye on your email inbox on 1st January!
Police Kicking Kids Collective & their new Zine
Brian Carroll and Gareth Phillips talk with an interesting new photographer Collective comprising eleven students from the Documentary Photography course at the University of South Wales - listen to the audio clip above.
Taking inspiration for their name from a quote by Tish Murtha who studied with David Hurn on the same course back in the 1980's, three members - Laurie Broughton, Ross Gardner and Nate Davies - discuss forming the Collective, its intended approach to making work and producing their first photo zine during Covid Lockdown in 2020.
Check out their website at www.policekickingkids.com to purchase a copy of the new 72-page zine.
And follow the Collective’s progress on their Instagram feed: @police.kicking.kids
PKK members are: Laurie Broughton, Ross Gardner, Nate Davies, Alice Durham, Tom Cronin, Teifi Davies, Sam Hunter, Tanya McGeever, Johan Buch, Curtis Hughes and Steve Bell.
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