On Tuesday October 24th, at the Open Eye gallery in Liverpool I'm going to be in conversation with poet Rebecca Goss about our ongoing collaboration, discussing the relationship between images and words, and what we've learned working together to produce a collection of poems and images. This project began several years ago as the Jupiter Project, but is has since developed into something more wide ranging and (we think) more interesting. This event is part of the gallery's Poetry and Photography series, and we'll be showing some of our new work, and talking about our process.
I'm going to be talking about my collaboration with Rebecca Goss on our Jupiter Project at an Ideas lab at the Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool on Wednesday 14 December 4pm – 7pm. It's a free event, but booking is required (see below). The aim of the event is to think about our practice as writers and photographers when we collaborate, and will talk about the experience of working with a poet, about the way Rebecca and I began our project. I will introduce The Jupiter Project and discuss the process of collaboration—what works for us and what doesn’t—and how it has changed the way I think about photography and writing; how they complement each other, but also their separate limitations and strengths.
I'm going to be joined by Robert Sheppard, Professor of Poetry and Poetics at Edge Hill University, who will speak about the possibilities and potential of collaboration between photography and poetry.
Reserve your free place at Open Eye Gallery, call +44 (0)151 236 6768 or email email@example.com.