disposable project
During March 2018 WAX gave out disposable cameras to 27 people on a first come first served basis. With no restrictions on subject matter or location individuals where free to photograph what they wanted. 
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The cameras were later collected and the film processed. The resulting photographs were edited through a series of participant led workshops, which included discussion on emerging narratives and connections between images.
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The exhibition will show the life, experiences and glimpses of the adventures, holidays and trips as well as the homes and loved ones of those that took part. 
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Due to its plastic lens, the disposable camera adds an unmistakable aesthetic which runs through the work, magically connecting the images on show. 
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The project has been a collective effort in drawing attention to the way we use photography to record our day to day lives and how we individually interpret the world around us. 
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All cameras where recycled appropriately. 'Disposable' applying to the concept and visual ascetic of the images produced through the Fuji Quick Snap camera.

exhibition venue: Base Camp Middlesbrough, many thanks.