The Work Stations Files: Anna Fox

May 5 2015 - 25 June 2015

London College of Communication, PARCspace, Room 224, London, SE1 6SB

Curated by Robin Christian
Opening party: 5 May, 5.30-7.30pm

PARC owns and manages the ‘Work Stations’ papers, which is part of the Camerawork archive, donated to the Centre in 2006. This exhibition will explore the documentation, which charts the progress of the Work Stations commission, exhibition and monograph in the 1980s. Robin Christian has worked with Anna Fox to locate work from within theCamerawork papers at PARC and from the photographer’s own archives. Work Stations was published by Camerawork in 1988 (with funding from the Arts Council and commercial sponsors) and explored the lives and environments of office workers in the Thatcher years.

Anna Fox will also be talking about her work and this new show at the Firecrackers symposium on 5 February in the Main Lecture Theatre at LCC, and there will also be short talks by Anna and Robin Christian at the opening party. She will also be leading a PhD Masterclass at PARC on 12 February.

In partnership with the University of the Creative Arts, Farnham

More info:

www.annafox.co.uk/work/workstations/
www.photographyresearchcentre.co.uk/what-we-do/archives/

 

Independent Video Production Company, Equipment Department Docklands Enterprise Zone. Anna Fox Hire Manager (left), Account Manager (right). From the series Work Stations, 1987-8.

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The Work Stations Files: Anna Fox

May 5 2015 - 25 June 2015

London College of Communication, PARCspace, Room 224, London, SE1 6SB

Curated by Robin Christian
Opening party: 5 May, 5.30-7.30pm

PARC owns and manages the ‘Work Stations’ papers, which is part of the Camerawork archive, donated to the Centre in 2006. This exhibition will explore the documentation, which charts the progress of the Work Stations commission, exhibition and monograph in the 1980s. Robin Christian has worked with Anna Fox to locate work from within theCamerawork papers at PARC and from the photographer’s own archives. Work Stations was published by Camerawork in 1988 (with funding from the Arts Council and commercial sponsors) and explored the lives and environments of office workers in the Thatcher years.

Anna Fox will also be talking about her work and this new show at the Firecrackers symposium on 5 February in the Main Lecture Theatre at LCC, and there will also be short talks by Anna and Robin Christian at the opening party. She will also be leading a PhD Masterclass at PARC on 12 February.

In partnership with the University of the Creative Arts, Farnham

More info:

www.annafox.co.uk/work/workstations/
www.photographyresearchcentre.co.uk/what-we-do/archives/