Talks 2019

SATURDAY and SUNDAY 7-8 SEPT 2019
The SGL Room in the Bishop’s Palace, Eden Court, Inverness
All talks are free, but spaces are limited

Eventbrite - Flow Talk: Sigga Ella – First and foremost I am

Saturday 7 Sept.
10:30am – 11:20am
John Farrell  – Traces and Edges

A presentation by the artist about his work on show at Eden Court, followed by a Q&A

Saturday 7 Sept.
11:30am – 12:20pm
Michael Flomen

A presentation by the artist about his work on show at IMAG, followed by a Q&A.

Saturday 7 Sept.
2pm – 2:50pm
Daniel White Tales of the Unearthly

A presentation by the artist about his work on show at Eden Court, followed by a Q&A.

Saturday 7 Sept.
3pm – 3:50pm
Andrea Finlayson – The M.E.M. Donaldson collection

Andrea Finlayson and Kirsten Body, of Inverness Museum and Art Gallery (IMAG) – High Life Highland, will be bringing along some original work by the remarkable highland photographer Mary Ethel Muir Donaldson – who not only studied composition but also chemistry and optics, allowing her to process her own glass negatives, prints and enlargements. In addition to her darkroom she had a workshop in which she modified and improved her equipment. Andrea will provide a brief biography of MEM Donaldson, then offer a hands on opportunity to peruse a selection of MEM Donaldson’s work (c. 1900-1930), which is currently held at IMAG as part of the Highland Photographic Archive.

SUNDAY 8 SEPT 2019

Sunday 8 Sept.
10:30am – 11:20am
Hannah Laycock – Perceiving Identity

A presentation by the artist about her work on show at IMAG, including a discussion of how she devises the display of her images for a variety of venues. With Q&A.

Sunday 8 Sept.
11:30am – 12:20pm
Fergus Heron –
Photography within, between and across bordersThis talk presents the ideas and processes in a photography practice that explores aesthetic, biographical and geographic questions. Fergus will discuss his interrelated ongoing projects that aim to reveal connections and differences between places from local, national and international perspectives. Fergus Heron is a photographer and Senior Lecturer in Photography at the University of Brighton.

Sunday 8 Sept.
2 – 2:50pm
Iain Gibson – Early Colour Processes: The work of Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky.

This session features a live demonstration of the principles used in the early 20th century colour processes and how to recreate this effect using modern equipment.

 

 

Sunday 8 Sept. 3 – 3:50pm
Evija Laivina – in conversation

A conversation with the artist Evijia Laivina, a recent graduate, whose work Beauty Warriors was nominated for the prestigious Nannen Prize, and was also shown at FLOW 2017.

 

 

Eventbrite - Flow Talk: Sigga Ella – First and foremost I am