|Friday, January 22, 2021||11:00AM - 12:30PM||External Event, Zoom webinar|
This event takes us on a photographic journey through the towns and cities of post-conflict former Yugoslavia in this extensive look inside Chris’s previously unseen 24-year archive from the region. John McDougall examines the wider implications of the war alongside the ripples which are still felt today both in the Balkans and internationally.
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Chris Leslie is a BAFTA Scotland new talent award-winning photographer and filmmaker producing long-term multimedia documentary projects. Disappearing Glasgow was first published in 2016, documenting his home city of Glasgow and documented the stories of the people on the frontline of demolition and regeneration through films, a book and multimedia. His latest project, A Balkan Journey, is a visual arts project in the form of a book, website and exhibition of a photographic journey through the towns and cities of post-conflict former Yugoslavia in this extensive and previously unseen 24-year archive from the region.
John McDougall is a writer, photographer & curator based in Glasgow (Scotland) with an interest in the intersections between photography, politics & performance and how the collaborative nature of artistic and creative endeavour can offer pathways and resolutions through difficult times.Past projects have included Milk Shots, Six Foot Photo Month & 2014Frames. Since 2016 John has written for various publications & outlets including Studies in Photography, photomonitor.co.uk, Streetlevel Photoworks, Vu Centre for Photography and Scottish Contemporary Art Network.
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