Collective Traces

The Gate Darkroom

03 Nov 2016 to 13 Nov 2016
As a group of artists and photographers whose practice is based in the darkroom, we are hosting a group show entitled Collective Traces.  The show explores the themes of photography, memory and the archive, and the particular relationship between urban space and memory.  All work is undertaken by Gate members within the discipline of black & white darkroom practice, processes that in themselves eloquently evoke the themes of the Festival.
Cross-cutting themes include photography as a social concern, the personal-social dynamic, the lost-found-recycled motifs, the connection-disconnection in the social as well as in the past, present and future. 
About the Artists:
The Gate Darkroom is a not-for-profit community-based photographic darkroom established in 2011 in New Cross Gate.  The Gate helps artists, photographers, students and all who wish to work with black & white darkroom photographic processes in a communal & supportive environment.  We run a lively membership scheme that gives unlimited access to all darkroom facilities, as well as offering open access opportunities.  The Gate also hosts projects and workshops for a variety of groups in the locality.  We are supported by ASC Artists’ Studio Company, a charity that supports visual and performing artists.
03 November 2016 
13 November 2016 
Sarah Ainslie (Curator)
Molly Behagg
George Booth Cole
Sarah Garrod
Caroline Gervay
Liz Gorman 
Lee Murphy 
David Whiting 
Opening Times
Monday to Sunday: 12:00-20:00
After 08 November: by appointment
Bond House Gallery
Lower Ground Floor, Bond House
20-32 Goodwood Road, London, SE14 6BL
Nearest Tube
New Cross Gate Overground
More info
Private View/ Opening: Sunday, 06 November 2016 | 14:30-16:30
Photogram Workshop: Sunday, 06 November 2016 | 10:00-14:00
Snapshots of The Past Workshop: Tuesday, 08 November | 09:00-18:00 

© M. Behagg