Category Archives: Photographers

Photography and Openness

The artist Natasha Caruana has just started a residency at the Open Data Institute. I went along to the launch, curious to find out why a photographer would be a good person to have around in an organisation that aims … Continue reading

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Keep it straightforward and to the point

John Duncan is a co-editor of Source and one of the co-organisers and judges for the Solas Prize. To help anyone submitting work for the prize get an idea how it works he has conducted short interviews with fellow judge … Continue reading

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How to Spend $10,000

Last year Takashi Arai won the Source-Cord Prize (now the Solas Prize, deadline 19th July) and an award of $10,000. But how to spend it? In this short film Takashi talks about the work he submitted, the circumstances of his … Continue reading

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Working From Home

Andrea Gruetzner won the $1,000 second prize in last year's Source-Cord Prize. In anticipation of this year's Solas Prize John Duncan spoke to Andrea by Skype about what the Prize has allowed her to do and how her work has … Continue reading

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Marco Kesseler, Life After University

Entrants to Graduate Photography Online this year will also be able to win the Making Pictures Award. Marco Kesseler won the Award in 2014. We spoke to him to find out how his career has developed since leaving college and … Continue reading

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The Making Pictures Award

We're coming up to the first deadline for submissions to Graduate Photography Online, (5 May) so we are delighted to announce a new opportunity for graduate photographers that take part this year. Source has teamed up with a leading photographic … Continue reading

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Portfolio Reviews, Who Benefits?

listen to ‘Why Hold Portfolio Reviews?’ on Audioboo In the new issue of Source we have a report on Portfolio Review Days. I spoke to Clare Grafik the Head of Exhibitions at the Photographers' Gallery. Last November the Gallery ran … Continue reading

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Who's on Twitter?

  In the new issue of Source we set out to find out how many of the most important people in photography are using Twitter. To get a sample of successful people in photography we have included full time curators, … Continue reading

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Photography and Public Art

Flying out of Belfast this morning I managed to muscle aside the small child sitting in the window seat and catch a glimpse of the city's infamous new public art project 'Wish'. This consists of a photograph of a girl … Continue reading

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The Home Place

Like the flying car, the photographically illustrated novel has always seemed like an idea on the cusp of realisation. Combining the reality of photographs and the fictionality of novels was surely inevitable. There were a number of forerunners to establishment … Continue reading

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