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exploring mental health & photography
Jelly Brain

Exhibition: Trees of the Brain, Roots of the Mind

16th August 2015 0

For Photomonth 2015 artists Antonia Attwood, Liz Atkin and Daniel Regan present an exhibition woven together by the common thread of mental health. Each artist presents works in their infancy stage, exploring the notion of trees in constrasting states as a metaphor for the mind and our emotions.

Aleksandra Stone

14th August 2015 0

Aleksandra Stone is an artist and photographer from then Yugoslavia by way of the U.S. Her delicately intricate self-portraits straddle both photography and sculpture, taking an incredible amount of time to construct with a high production value.

Kev Hawken

7th August 2015 1

Kev Hawken shares his project ‘Disorder’, exploring his experiences of living with generalised anxiety disorder for over a decade.

Dolly Sen

Dolly Sen

27th July 2015 0

Dolly Sen is a visual artist, writer, film-maker, and performer interested in non-consensual reality, outsidership,…

Samantha Pugsley

Samantha Pugsley

27th July 2015 0

Samantha Pugsley is a fine art and commercial photographer from Charlotte, North Carolina (USA). Samantha’s photography stems from her experiences with anxiety and throughout her work she creates conceptual and self-portrait images around living with generalised anxiety disorder (GAD).

Stephanie Boreham

Stephanie Boreham

15th July 2015 0

Stephanie Boreham was born in Kingston, Greater London in 1991. Stephanie works in a predominately…

Kristianne Drake

6th July 2015

Kristianne Drake is a photographer interested in the human relationships that occur within a place and the (sometimes) incidental observations that occur.

Lynné Bowman Cravens

9th June 2015 0

Lynné Bowman Cravens is a photographer working in an interdisciplinary method that focuses on her experiences of frustration, longing, & denied desires.

Katie Crawford

Katie Crawford

17th May 2015 2

Katie Crawford’s My Anxious Heart is a conceptual exploration of living with general anxiety disorder through a series of self-portraits.

Liz Atkin

Liz Atkin

10th May 2015 1

Compulsive Skin Picking dominated Liz Atkin’s life for more than 20 years, but through a background in dance and theatre, she confronted the condition to harness creative repair and recovery.

Christina Riley

5th May 2015 0

Christina Riley’s Back to Me is a raw look at the use of photography to bring oneself back from the brink of mental illness.

Fragmentary

Fragmentary presents: artist talks

5th May 2015 0

Three artists whose work explores art and mental health will be sharing their deeply personal projects with a Q&A session after as a part of Creativity and Well Being Week. The event will take place on June 5th 2015, hosted by The Free Space Gallery (London).