Mishka Henner, shortlisted for this year's prestigious Deutsche Börse Photography Prize, will be giving a masterclass in Birmingham from 3 - 4 June 2013.
Known for his provocative works that re-purpose material found through the Internet, satellite imagery and the history of photography, Mishka will explore different approaches to image hacking.
In this two-day, practice oriented masterclass, Mishka will introduce participants to ways of working with online datasets and mapping tools, and will discuss the contemporary uses of satellite imagery and drones.
The masterclass is aimed at practicing artists and photographers as well as students reaching the end of their degree course, who are competent in Photoshop and interested in working more creatively with digital technologies.
Participants are welcome to bring their own laptops. The event will take place in the small lecture theatre and computer suite at the School of Visual Communication, Birmingham City University, Gosta Green Campus, Birmingham B4 7DX (approximately 15 minutes walk from Birmingham New Street Station).
Capacity is limited to 20 people, and tickets must be booked in advance through http://mishkahennermasterclass.eventbrite.co.uk
This event is presented in collaboration with the Library of Birmingham's GRAIN: Photography Hub Network and Birmingham City University.
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