Join our 4 weeks of photography sessions in May.

Each week our lead artist will run a workshop with practical photography opportunities. 

Ismail Khokon

Photography Workshop
Visual Artist : Ismail Khokon 
Theme: Wellbeing and Healing
A photomontage is a collage constructed from photographs. related terms and concepts. selected artists in the collection. selected artworks in the collection.
History of Photomontage:
Photomontage is often used as a means of expressing political dissent. It was first used as a technique by the dadaists in 1915 in their protests against the First World War. It was later adopted by the surrealists who exploited the possibilities photomontage offered by using free association to bring together widely disparate images, to reflect the workings of the unconscious mind.
In 1923 the Russian constructivist Aleksander Rodchenko began experimenting with photomontage as a way of creating striking socially engaged imagery concerned with the placement and movement of objects in space.
Other key exponents of the medium are John Heartfield, the German artist who reconstructed images from the media to protest against Germany’s Fascist regime and Peter Kennard; whose photomontages explored issues such as economic inequality, police brutality and the nuclear arms race between the 1970s and the 1990s.
Activities 1: Ice breaker
Activities 2: Introduction of particiapants 
Activities 3: Presentation
a)Rules of Photography
b)Talking and making photography
Activities 4: Fieldwork
Home Work: Talking and making photography

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