Author Archives: Aaron Guy

Egyptian Memoir

As part of this weeks #Phonar workshop I was asked by Jonathan Worth to create multimedia piece exploring transformative storytellying. Using only archive material either personal (Family) or public archive sources, that has not been used for news circulation. http://phonar.covmedia.co.uk/ I … Continue reading

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An engineers record #1.

The theme of this post will be split into two parts this being the first. Over the past week I have been looking at two sets of documentation both made for the same reason, to record the installation of a … Continue reading

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Ryhope Seams.

The recent weeks have been a blur with so much looking going on, It is great to look at images never seen by most, with content very rarely seen by anyone but the shear volume of material sometimes becomes overwhelming, … Continue reading

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Never seen before

Last week I was asked by a friend and lecturer if I would be willing to let 40 students descend upon the Mining Institute to see what is  hidden amongst the piles of photographic materialin the strong room. They came, they … Continue reading

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Brighton Photo Biennial

A few days ago I received a text from a friend asking if I would be in Brighton for the first weekend of the Brighton Photo Biennial, Is it two years already….? I am in london anyway for the Foto8 … Continue reading

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‘Mongst Mines and Mines #2

I not to great with all this blogging stuff so please bare with me, The following scans are pages taken from the seminal photography book ‘Mongst mines & miners’ – Underground scenes by Flash-light J.c  Burrows dated publication 1893. The … Continue reading

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‘Mongst Mines and Miners. #1

Taking a little side step from the theme of my last post. The first half of the slideshow shows the layout of the book, while the second half shows enlarged images of the original plates. I recently found in the … Continue reading

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