Miniclick is a monthly series of curated photographer talks, normally with free beer and networking, but temporarily online via Zoom. It is curated by Izzy de Wattripont and hosted by the RPS.
Photographer Madeline Cass (b. 1993) is a US-based artist from Lincoln, Nebraska, who primarily works within photography, poetry, artist books, drawing, and tattooing. She will be discussing her various works including her 2019 book How Lonely To Be a Marsh.
Growing up in a major monoculture state, Cass’ worldview has formed by seeking overlooked wildness that exists around us and how people can connect to these spaces. Her work examines the multitude of relationships between art, science, nature, and humanity. Acting as a translator for nature, her practice is formed by sauntering and examining the landscape intimately, fostering dialogue and empathy. Through interacting with her local habitat in unexpected ways and inviting others to join, she offers alternative pathways into environmental consciousness and ecological thinking.
She earned a BFA in studio art with an emphasis in photography from the University of Nebraska in 2017.
This event is free but requires booking.
Your Zoom link will be contained in PDF document sent with your confirmation email and emailed immediately after you have booked.
Please note this Miniclick event is not being recorded.
Image: © Madeline Cass
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This is an online event. The RPS will do its best to ensure that it keeps to the published timings and runs as planned. In the unlikely event that the event has to be cancelled all participants will be advised by email at the earliest opportunity. No responsibility will be accepted for any consequential losses.
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