fragmentary.org

Exploring mental health in photography

Established in 2015, fragmentary.org is an arts website focusing solely on exploring the complex issues of mental health and emotions through photographic projects and artworks. Fragmentary is run by photographer and arts and health charity Free Space Project Director Daniel Regan. Fragmentary was built out of Daniel’s frustrations at connecting with other artists whose work focuses on deep focuses of mental health and wellbeing.

Fragmentary publishes works that move, provoke, and stir a dialogue surrounding mental health, the psychology of the self and others, or projects with therapeutic potential. Fragmentary showcases works from artists at varying points in their careers and create a hub of inspiration for those wishing to explore the role of mental health and well-being within the arts.

In the physical world Daniel also runs a monthly peer group for artists working in the arena of arts and health. Click here for more information.

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Submissions

If you would like to submit work to be considered for Fragmentary please send the following to hello@fragmentary.org.

  • Your name & a short artist biography
  • Project images — maximum of 15 (minimum width of 2000px)
  • Project statement

Please keep in mind that we share project based work, not singular images, so work should be coherently formed.