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Issue 108 — Summer 2022


Source Magazine: Thinking Through Photography - Issue 108 - Autumn 2022

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Celebrating the launch of the latest issue of Source Issue 108 - GENERATIONS. Featuring live interviews and Q&As with Trish Morrissey and Julian Germain, two of this issue’s contributors. Hosted by Editor Richard West in partnership with the Gallery of Photography Ireland.
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The last thirty years have seen a transformation in photography. We have spoken to three photographers, Trish Morrissey, Jon Tonks and Heather Agyepong, who each started their career in a different decade during this period, and asked them how these changes have affected them. This period has seen the switch from analogue to digital, the advent of social media as well as a host of social and cultural changes. As the conversation reveals, this has created some common experiences – like a weariness with Instagram – and some unexpected differences, like varied attitudes to the long-term preservation of work.

Generations by Julian Germain is a collection of family group portraits, made across the UK since 2004, documenting four and five generation families in their homes. Recently, Germain has been focusing his efforts on Birmingham and the Black Country as part of a public space commission by GRAIN Projects and Multistory for Birmingham 2022.

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