The section Sténopé (Pinhole) features recent analogue photography projects, using traditional chemical based processes. It includes portraits taken using the #pinholebeercan a DIY camera made from an up-cycled beer can. There are also portraits produced using a caravan that was converted into a camera and mobile darkroom. All of the projects have involved working collaboratively with collectives, project spaces and local residents, providing a means for an inclusive creative experience. If you have a project that you would like to discuss email firstname.lastname@example.org
11-19 / #Beercanography stand. Myddleton Road Market, London, N22
09-19 / Analogue photography workshops. Fortismere School, London, UK
A selection of portraits of locals and passers-by at The Somers Town Festival, London, 2019.
08-19 / Pinhole Camera event with Performing Production, London, UK
Grand Nabucho N° 5. Antony Ward & Ben Nathan, Nabuchodonosor – Collectif d’action urbaine, Béziers, France, 2019. All of the portraits were exposed and developed in the Caravane Caméra Obscura during a day festival.
Situated work, digitally enlarged prints, Place Saint-Cyr. Collaboration with Collectif Nabucho.
05-18 / Sténopé Béziers #2, pinhole workshop & Caravan Camera Obscura. Béziers, France
Introduction to Artist in Residence with Collectif Nabuchodonosor @ Barnabu, Béziers, France, 2018. Documenting the #pinholebeercan in action.
Caravane Caméra Obscura @ The Grand Nabucho, Béziers, France, 2018.
Portraits produced whilst Artist in Residence @ Barnabu, Béziers.
Caravane Caméra Obscura @ Jardin de la Plantade, Béziers.