Present/Upcoming Shows:

2019. Open Source #10, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, UK
(1st - 31st August)

2019. Time To Think, Festival Pil’ours, Saint Gilles Croix de Vie, France
(1st July - 30th November)

2019. Representation on the Line III: (Un)framing Blackpool, Hive Blackpool, UK
(31st August - 30th September)

2019-20. Peregrination, The Wrong (Biennale), Online
(1st November 2019 - 1st March 2020)
August 2019 News
Images from my series Nice Hair, Shame About Your Face are currently being shown at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool, UK as part of Open Source #10.
I'll be giving a talk about my work on Thursday 22nd August at 6pm.

'Do you know I have a talk next week?
You can come along and hear me speak
About photography and things that I do
I’ll probably be mainly dressed in blue
It’s on Thursday 22nd of August
Tell your friends to attend if you must
It’s in Liverpool at a gallery called Open Eye
Say hello and have a pry
All August I also have work there on a screen
The title of the project is actually quite mean
6pm is the time of the talk
If you go to James Street station it's not far to walk
The show and talk are free to all
So hop along to Mann Island and we’ll have a ball!
'
Thanks to Sam Phasey for writing about my work for Open Eye Gallery's blog.
Read the whole blog post here!

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Shutter Hub's Time To Think exhibition has been extended to 30th November 2019.
I have a couple of pictures in the show, including the one above - 2nd row, 3rd from right.
If you can't make it to the show at Festival Pil’ours, Saint Gilles Croix de Vie in France, you can see all the images here.

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July 2019 News
I'm looking forward to showing Nice Hair, Shame About Your Face at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool next month (from 1st to 31st August). Every month they show a different photographer/artist in their digital window gallery exhibition called Open Source.
As part of Open Source #10 I'll be doing a gallery talk (planned for Thursday 22nd August at 6pm) and an Instagram Residency (due to begin on 22nd August).

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Being Grandad from my series One Is Not Like The Other is now on show at Galerie Huit in Arles, France as part of OpenWalls Arles by the British Journal of Photography.
The show is open until 30th July.
(Being Grandad (top) with photos by Frederic Aranda (middle) and Ana Palacios (bottom).

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Time To Think is now open at at Festival Pil’Ours in France.
I have two photos in the exhibition.
You can read Shutter Hub's blog post about it here.
(Photo by Jane Lloyd)

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June 2019 News
A Bad Towel Day
Keep Your Friends Close And Your Towels Closer
Some images from my series Keep Your Friends Close And Your Towels Closer are now on my website here.

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Thanks to Shutter Hub for letting me hang out on their homepage and website to advertise their Time To Think exhibition.

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It is a collaborative exhibition from the RPS Hundred Heroines initiative in which female photographers explore the theme of identity.
The private view is on 27th June, and the show will then be open until June 30th.
Address: 19 Mallord St, London SW3 6AP
Opening hours: 11am-6pm

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I've been invited to show work in an online pavilion called Peregrination (meaning a journey, especially a long or
meandering one) as part of the 2019-2020 edition of The Wrong (Biennale).
For the occasion I have made a compilation video that uses some of the 1,500+ videos from my ongoing project Your Dedication Worries Me A Little.
It will be open here from 1st November 2019 until 1st March 2020.
A list the artists who are showing work is available here.
Peregrination has been curated by Andres Manniste.

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May 2019 News
Girl Gaze: Journeys Through The Punjab & The Black Country at Blast! Photo Festival
Jocelyn Allen
Andrea Fernandes
Jennifer Pattison
Uzma Mohsin
Girl Gaze: Journeys Through The Punjab & The Black Country is now open at Blast! Photo Festival in the Black Country, United Kingdom. The festival opened on 24th May and closes on 29th June.

Girl Gaze includes projects by Uzma Mohsin, Andrea Fernandes, Jennifer Pattison and myself. The work was commissioned by Creative Black Country and Multistory with support from the Nazar Foundation with funding from the British Council’s Reimagine India (a cultural exchange programme investing in creative collaborations between art and cultural organisations in England and in India). Iona Fergusson has curated the exhibition again.

I first got an email about getting involved with the project at the end of 2016, and the show (which includes my series You Will Live In This World As A Daughter) was exhibited in India last year.

You can see Girl Gaze at British Muslim School, Lodge Road, West Bromwich, B70 8NX.

Asian Women & Cars: Road to Independence by Dawinder Bansal is at the same venue.

The festival programme for Blast! is available here.

A spread (featuring two of my images) in Fuse Magazine's Summer 2019 Issue

Thanks to Fused Magazine for the coverage of Girl Gaze in its Summer 2019 Issue.


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Thanks to Jazmin Kopotsha for the article on Refinery29.


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Thanks to Faima Bakar for the article on Metro.co.uk.


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I've got one image (Being Grandad from One Is Not Like The Other) in the British Journal of Photography's OpenWalls Arles show at Galerie Huit in Arles, France.
The show runs from 1st July until 30th July, which coincides with Les Rencontres d'Arles.

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I have two images in Time To Think, an exhibition at Festival Pil'Ours in St Gilles Croix de Ville in France. The show features work by 145 femle-identifying photographers. It has been organised by Shutter Hub and will run from 1st July until 31st August.

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My photograph, The Victor/Victoria Of Leg Photographs, was chosen by Catherine Troiano - Curator of Photographs at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London - as part of May's Guest Room on Der Greif.
The photograph is from a work-in-progress series.

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April 2019 News

Two students performing during the workshop

I did my first ever workshop, Hiding and Revealing: Performing Within Your Practice, for students at London College of Communication, UK.
It included photography, video, writing, improv, clowning and live art exercises.

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