September 2019
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Pedal Power

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Pedal Power By: multistoryView on Instagram


Photography for Whom is a new publication focused on socially-engaged photography that was launched during Blast! Festival 2019. Published twice yearly, Photography For Whom seeks to highlight significant work of the past and to generate debate around contemporary practice. The journal brings writing and practice from the community photography movement back into circulation from sources which are out of print, largely unknown or difficult to access. Each issue presents a historic text alongside newly commissioned writing.⁣ ⁣ @Anthony_Luvera @photogaphy_for_whom @grain_projects⁣ ⁣ Purchase a copy via: http://bit.ly/2lSx3La⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ #photographyforwhom #grainprojects #multistory #jonstewart #derekbishton #brianhomer #johnreardon #handsworthselfportrait #trevorappleson #portablestudio #heinznigg #communitymedia #kieranconnell #communityphotography #britishphotographyhistory #sociallyengagedphotography #socialpractic #photographyandcollaboration #community #collaboration

NEWS : September 19, 2019

Photography for Whom is a new publication focused on socially-engaged photography that was launched during Blast! Festival 2019. Published twice yearly, Photography For Whom seeks to highlight significant work of the past and to generate debate around contemporary practice. The journal brings writing and practice from the community photography movement back into circulation from sources […]


For our second upcoming commission we’re working with West Midlands based artist and documentary photographer Alison Baskerville, who is a current resident artist at @granduniongallery studios based in Birmingham. ⁣ ⁣ As a female former-soldier-turned-artist, Alison has a rare insight into gender and conflict. She has a desire and capacity to make exciting and creative work that reflects on important contemporary issues such as gender equality, military occupation, female identity in the forces, and the long-term consequences of armed conflict. Alison also consults as a high risk safety trainer and runs personal safety and emotional resilience training for freelance photographers. She is the founder of the safety training movement @__roaaar and co-founded Powering the Matriarchy Together (P.M.T), Birmingham’s pioneering festival celebrating women – cis, trans or femmes and non-binary people. She is also the recent recipient of a Developing Your Creative Practice grant from Arts Council England to explore film processes and photographic-based research and create a safe place for researching personal memories and archives which will require reflection on her military past to enable her journey as a more critically engaged artist. @alisonbaskerville⁣ ⁣ ROAAAR is a personal safety initiative which provides training and connects other aspects which effect both our physical and mental wellbeing. The course explores personal safety measures for women (cis, trans or femmes) and provides practical skills to develop your own personal tool kit, allowing attendees to feel safe. Alison’s project ROAAAR will inform her commission with Multistory.⁣ ⁣ Images from ROAAAR sessions & P.M.T event in Birmingham. Sabiheh Awanzai .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ #alisonbaskerville #PMTbrum #femaleled #birmingham #sandwell #feministselfdefence

NEWS : September 17, 2019

For our second upcoming commission we’re working with West Midlands based artist and documentary photographer Alison Baskerville, who is a current resident artist at @granduniongallery studios based in Birmingham. ⁣ ⁣ As a female former-soldier-turned-artist, Alison has a rare insight into gender and conflict. She has a desire and capacity to make exciting and creative […]


New Commissions 2019-20

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As part of our ongoing programme of commissions, we’re excited to announce that we’ll be working with photographers Alison Baskerville and Karren Visser this year.   ALISON BASKERVILLE P.M.T 2018 © Sabiheh Awanzai Alison Baskerville is a West Midlands based artist and documentary photographer, who is a current resident artist at Grand Union gallery studios […]


British Journal of Photography have published an article on Laura Pannack’s commission ‘The Cracker’, you can read it on her project page on our website. ⁣ ⁣ ‘The Cracker is an exploration of the lives of a small group of kids and teenagers who meet and socialise on that very stretch of grass set between two estates in Tipton, nicknamed Tibby and The Lost City. “That’s so poetic!” Pannack enthuses. “Where’s The Lost City? Why is it called The Lost City?’ [I found out that] it had actually been named The Lost City by the residents, because they felt forgotten, they felt lost.”’⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ #laurapannack #Blastphotofest2019 #ambitionsforexcellence #artsfestival #community #sandwell #britishjournalofphotography #artscouncilengland #community #tipton #commonspace #greenspaces

NEWS : September 10, 2019

British Journal of Photography have published an article on Laura Pannack’s commission ‘The Cracker’, you can read it on her project page on our website. ⁣ ⁣ ‘The Cracker is an exploration of the lives of a small group of kids and teenagers who meet and socialise on that very stretch of grass set between […]