2014 Ken To Be Destroyed

Sara Davidmann is a visual artist/photographer and London College of Communication Research Fellow in Photography and a core member of the Photography and the Archive Research Centre. Since 2009 her work on ’the family’ has included her own family and family history. Davidmann will be discussing her project ‘Ken. To be destroyed’, which uses letters, photographs and photographic processes to examine a family secret - that her Uncle Ken (K) was trans*.

Ken. To be Destroyed was previously on display at Unity Theatre, Liverpool as part of Homotopia’s 10th Anniversary Arts Festival and has received national acclaim.

Places are limited and booking is essential. Please book by following the link here.

This is a Photography and the Archive Research Centre event in association with the London College of Communication Graduate School.

Exhibition continues until 4 June 2014. Open Tuesday and Thursday 12noon - 2.00pm, and informally during each weekday.

Sara Davidmann

8 May - 4 June 2014

Date and time of talk: Thursday 8 May, 4.30 - 6.30pm

Venue: W224, London College of Communication, Elephant and Castle, SE16SB

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2014 Ken To Be Destroyed

Sara Davidmann is a visual artist/photographer and London College of Communication Research Fellow in Photography and a core member of the Photography and the Archive Research Centre. Since 2009 her work on ’the family’ has included her own family and family history. Davidmann will be discussing her project ‘Ken. To be destroyed’, which uses letters, photographs and photographic processes to examine a family secret - that her Uncle Ken (K) was trans*.

Ken. To be Destroyed was previously on display at Unity Theatre, Liverpool as part of Homotopia’s 10th Anniversary Arts Festival and has received national acclaim.

Places are limited and booking is essential. Please book by following the link here.

This is a Photography and the Archive Research Centre event in association with the London College of Communication Graduate School.

Exhibition continues until 4 June 2014. Open Tuesday and Thursday 12noon - 2.00pm, and informally during each weekday.

Sara Davidmann

8 May - 4 June 2014

Date and time of talk: Thursday 8 May, 4.30 - 6.30pm

Venue: W224, London College of Communication, Elephant and Castle, SE16SB