As the Emerging Artist at West Dean Arts & Crafts Festival, Sam Ivin will be displaying a selection of Lingering Ghosts prints, and invites visitors to create Polaroid Cards with messages for refugees.
Audiences pose for, or take their very own Polaroid Picture fixing it onto a card with a message for refugees. This can be a story, encouraging note, drawing or whatever comes to mind. The space occupied will be filled with these messages creating an entirely new and growing display throughout the festival. After the Festival these messages will be displayed at a local refugee drop-in at Sanctuary in Chichester during Refugee Week.
Signed Lingering Ghosts photobooks, prints and zines will also be for sale.
Discussing work and facilitating a workshop as part of The Camera As Political Technology at CRASSH - Centre for Research in Arts, Social Sciences & Humanities at University of Cambridge. Please RSVP, more info at: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/27567
"Green Lady" Pakistan image will be part of the Directors Choice series projection, as part of Festival Circulation(s).
A unique opportunity to the world's most important photography festivals such as the Festival De La Luz in Buenos Aires, the Dong Gang in South Korea, the HeadOn in Sydney, the photo Shanghai, the photo Ireland, the London Photo Festival and the Les Nuits Photographique in Paris cover a visit.
Selection of Lingering Ghosts work will be exhibited for night at Harmonoise, 15th July 9:30pm-3:30am, Bristol.
A Multimedia exhibition with live performances plus late night DJs. A celebration of our differences, expressing the increasing importance for understanding and tolerance with joys for your eyes and ears and n o i s e.
For more info visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/316947258761556/
Lingering Ghosts prints will be exhibited at Uncertain States group exhibition from 4th-12th November 2016.
On Friday 24th June I’ll be doing a Q&A session with Simon Bainbridge & Lingering Ghosts book signing as part of their Breakthrough Sessions with Free Range, at The Old Truman Brewery.
The sessions' main focus is helping recent graduates gain further understanding about the photography industry but everyone is welcome!
Tickets are free but spaces are limited, please reserve a ticket here.