Photography Research Group

Led by Dr Gary Bratchford, the Photography Research Group (PRG) deals with the notion of the image in a broad and interdisciplinary way.

A research driven collective of image-makers, visual practitioners, writers and theorists, the PRG recognises the significant and ever-changing role images and visual practitioners play in how we understand the past, present and future.

Within the group, members have undertaking research and projects with regional, national and international reach on a host of topics, including, but not limited to:

Gary Bratchford & Robert Parkinson, Open eye Gallery, 2017
Gary Bratchford & Robert Parkinson, Open eye Gallery, 2017

Outputs from within the PRG include exhibition, conference and symposia, curatorial projects, essays, book chapters and monographs.

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