Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
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The Pavilion in Leeds, founded in 1983, was the first feminist photographers’ collective in Europe. Together with Mark Fell, Fowler evokes the often controversial history of the gallery in their impressionistic journey through archive material, minutes, newspaper articles, talk shows and personal recollections. Photographers such as Angela Kingston and Caroline Taylor each choose a favorite photo characteristic of that turbulent period. In so doing, they look back together at the radical shift that took place in photography, with The Pavilion upending the dominant culture of patriarchal images in an era alive with social, political and economic change. At the same time, they recognize that evoking an activist past can be associated with romanticization and distortion, which is accentuated by a pulsing analogue soundtrack. Lack of funds was a recurrent problem for The Pavilion. But the conviction that feminists could bring about change through a collective effort was not affected by these financial concerns. IFFR catalogue

Section: Britannia Lado B: Luke Fowler
Friday 17 - 17:10 h
Village Recoleta Room: 2
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Saturday 18 - 14:45 h
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Sunday 19 - 12:00 h
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Spanish title: Al editor del fotógrafo amateur
Year: 2014
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 69
Seconds: 0

Team:

D, S, M: Luke Fowler, Mark Fell

F: Margaret Salmon

E: Luke Fowler P: Will Rose


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