Tap Gallery, She Is The Darkness

The Collective-Group Show
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Entry Fee: Free
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Official Opening 14/05/2012 8:00 am

She Is The Darkness is a photographic exhibition, created by a group of photographic artists called The Collective.  The exhibition is an exploration of music through photography.

Music impacts us all differently in our lives, we all listen to and love it in some form or genre and it speaks to us all in different ways.  Even the same song can evoke something different in any number of listeners.

It’s all about how it speaks to you.

In She Is The Darkness, each artist has chosen a line from a song, or a number of songs, that speaks to them.  The line they have chosen will become the title of their work, and this is what will be interpreted photographically.

The exhibition will be held on May 14 at the Tap Gallery, a Dj will play all of the songs featured from the evening, so you will hear the likes of Pink Floyd, Marylin Manson, Guns’n’Roses, and Lupe Fiasco, to name a few, all in one place.

The Collective-Group Show photographers are: Amy Simmons, Ash Furnass, Chelle Forsyth, Darren Blair, Eleanor Ackland, Emily Moore, Fahad Mian, Kat Mathieson, Katie Fox, Kiera Fricker, Kristen Zumot, Laura Clarke, Lisa McTiernan, Louisa Shp, Roxy Miek, Sharon Fox, Sonja Sipala, Susan Payne, Vicki Mackey.

The Collective are a group of emerging photographic artists, colleagues and friends who share a passion or photography and celebrate an enormous diversity in ideas, styles and backgrounds.

This event has concluded
Dates:
Hours:
Entry Fee: Free
Exhibition Event:
Official Opening 14/05/2012 8:00 am
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