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Between Something and Nothing

Mark Power
September 9, Friday
Magnum Photos: Meeting Photographers of the Legendary Agency19:00

Limited seating available, prior registration at is required

Join us as photographer Mark Power discusses his work, Magnum Photos and the questions that photographers face daily. How do you know when a project is over and it's time to move forward? Where do you find inspiration? And, crucially, how do you keep the public interested in your work?

Mark Power, whose previous subjects have included public disorders during the fall of the Berlin Wall, life in the Brighton ghetto and mine workers, has now turned his lens towards empty spaces: church domes, long streets, abandoned railway stations and construction sites. Recently, Mark has been engaged in an exciting audio-visual project, Destroying The Laboratory For The Sake Of The Experiment (DTLFTSOTE), in collaboration with poet Daniel Cockrill in which photography and poetry respond together to unfolding situations.


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Mark Power is a photographer, member of Magnum Photos and a professor of photography at Brighton University. He is the author of many books, including The Shipping Forecast (1996), Superstructure (2000), The Treasury Project (2002) and Different Endings (2007).

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