Inside Out Upside Down – 2016
Wandering Bears in Residence at The Photographers’ Gallery
In the sixth edition of The Photographers’ Gallery’s – ‘Open Door’ series, Wandering Bears will take up residence for an interactive exhibition held over a three day period in the London gallery’s top floor studio space.
Through the exhibition ‘Inside Out Upside Down’ – Wandering Bears would like to invite the audience to consider the act of the image making process by recreating and responding to the work of fourteen individual artists’ work on display within the gallery space.
Using their mobile phones, visitors will have the opportunity to create and photograph their own unique personal interpretations, printing out the images to complete an individual takeaway sticker album.
An international selection of fourteen practicing photographers include –
Making Of A – Maurice van Es
Making Of A – Luke Norman & Nik Adam
Making Of A – Fleur van Dodewaard
The residency will launch with an opening party on Friday 11th November from 18.00 – 21.00.
Drinks on the opening night are provided with support from Vedett.
Please RSVP for the opening event before Thursday 10th November.
Friday 11th November – Private View – 18.00 – 21.00
Saturday 12th November – 10.00 – 18.00
Sunday 13th November – 11.00 – 18.00
The Photographers’ Gallery
16 – 18 Ramillies St
Wandering Bears is a creative studio & photographic led community – A centre for new work, ideas and collaborative projects. Founded in 2010, Wandering Bears organise exhibitions, talks, podcasts and workshops, looking to showcase and collaborate with both emerging and established artists from around the world to create something unique within the photographic community.
Open Door is a curated programme that aims to engage The Photographers’ Gallery’s audiences in the interdisciplinary work of a range of invisible practices, young and emerging individuals, communities and organisations. It seeks to actively engage and extend our audience’s quality of experience when visiting The Photographers’ Gallery. Previous organisations and projects include Self Publish, Be Happy, Furtherfield, Miniclick, What We Wore & Thinkers In Residence.