‘The Subject of Study – Collaboration in Research and Artistic Practice’ is explores research collaborations in academic and artistic practice. The conference opens with an afternoon of researcher lead discussion, exploring different forms of collaborative practice and relationships between the agency of individuals engaged in collaborative research and the institutional or disciplinary context in which […]
Published by Open Engagement on the In Conversation: Place and Revolution Blog, edited by Gemma-Rose Turnbull 3 April 2015 In Conversation: Place and Revolution is a series of blog posts that put the place and context of socially engaged art at the fore. Beginning in March 2015 and continuing each week leading up to Open […]
Assembly by Anthony Luvera is an exhibition of work created over a twelve-month with people who have experienced homelessness living in Brighton. Assembly consists of a new series of Assisted Self-Portraits; photographs created by participants; sound recordings; an installation of research on homelessness support services across the UK; and documentation of the artist’s working practice. […]
Look Again, hosted by Anthony Luvera, invites an intimate group of participants to look intensively at a single photograph they are unfamiliar with and read it out-loud together. This looking group is focused on slowing down the way in which we as viewers look at images, bringing into question the difference between looking and seeing. […]
In February 2014 the Collaborative Portraits from not going shopping were exhibited as large-format posters in outdoor public spaces across Brighton & Hove. At the same time, 3,000 copies of the not going shopping newspaper were distributed free throughout the city.
[rlslider id=1502] In February 2014 Collaborative Portraits from not going shopping were exhibited as large-format posters in outdoor public spaces across Brighton & Hove.
Published in Anthropology and Art Practice Edited by Arnd Schneider and Christopher Wright Bloomsbury, 2013 Anthony Luvera (AL): I first began working with people who have experienced being homeless around 2001. Since then I’ve worked with hundreds of people in cities and towns across the UK, including London, Colchester, and Belfast. Over this time […]
Published by Photomonitor September 2013 Anthony Luvera (AL): For over a decade you have photographed children, adolescents and young adults. While you have addressed particular circumstances, experiences and themes – ranging from teenage pregnancy, ex-offender rehabilitation, to living in Belfast after The Troubles – underpinning your work appears to be a fascination with individuals going […]
Published in Source, Issue 47 2006 Photographs I had never wanted to photograph homeless people before. I’d read the (de)constructive writings by photo critics on ‘others’, poverty and representation. I knew about the complexities of the find-a-bum school of photography trounced by Martha Rosler. So in December 2001, when it was put to me by […]