Firefly Photofilms and Aletheia Photo Collective produce multimedia projects that question cultural preconceptions and provoke necessary social change.
Over the past weeks I’ve been working with them to present ‘Untold’, an exhibition showcasing the ongoing power of traditional documentary photography and film-making, produced using a variety of conventional and contemporary techniques, from 5x4 analogue photography to digital media practice.
Running from 10th - 16th May at 3Objectives Photography studio in Oval, ‘Untold’ combines films, photofilms, prints and books to create a multi-media experience that tells a range of stories from across the world, including the Congo, Nepal, India, Cambodia and the U.K.
Exhibitors include Andy Ash, Charley Murrell, Rajan Zaveri, Michael Carroll, Ross Domoney and Dan Giannopoulos.
Please come down and join us for the Private View. which will take place on Wednesday 9th May from 7 – 9pm, with a formal screening of a number of films produced by members of the collectives, beginning at 8pm.
‘Untold’ opens on Thursday 10th – Wednesday 16th May 2012 between 10am - 5pm at 3Objectives, Unit 1.13, Canterbury Court, Kennington Park, 1-3 Brixton Road, London, SW9 6DE.
For more information about Firefly and Aletheia check out their websites:
Reading: ‘A Single Man’ by Christopher Isherwood
Listening To: ‘El Camino’ by The Black Keys