The work of South African photographer Jo Ractliffe deals principally with the country's landscape and the role it plays in our imagination of South Africa, in particular in relation to the violent Apartheid legacy. In her many public as well as educational projects, Ractliffe uses photography as a means to push the viewer to ponder on the history, memories and identity of a changing South Africa.
The workshop is aimed at ambitious amateurs and professional photographers, who are interested in social, political and ecological issues at the local and global level, and who would like to explore different visual forms and narrative techniques.
During the intense, two-day workshop, the participants will use the production of and discourse on images to deal with photography both theoretically as well as practically. The areas that will be covered are documentary photography, street photography and portfolio review.
Registration at firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop fee: 300.- euros; 200.- euros for FFF members
The workshop and presentation will be carried out in English.
Further information at: FFF