The Photobook Club and the RPS present a monthly series of talks from photographers and artists. Curated by Tom Broadbent the series features members of The Photobook Club during the course of 2022. Books, zines and postcards from 26 Photobook Club members are available from the RPS at each event and during normal opening hours. Each speaker will be signing books after their presentation.
Holly Revell, will talk about her project and zine, People Like Us The project is an ongoing participatory photography project exploring AFAB (assigned female at birth) trans and non-binary identities and experience; masculinity, gender-dysphoria, gender-euphoria, the magic and beauty of gender non-conforming bodies, visibility, rituals and individual complexities) with the plan of it becoming a book in 2023.
She’ll also mention her first monograph: David Hoyle-Parallel Universe.
Holly is an artist photographer who makes collaborative portraits with other queer people exploring transforming identities. She has been working on her current project ‘People Like Us’ since 2018, about AFAB (assigned female at birth) trans and non-binary identities and experience, it will become a photo-book in 2023. A zine featuring a series of portraits and quotes from the project was commissioned by Shout Festival in 2020.
Other notable projects include ‘Transformations’, a series of photographs made with performers reflecting the transition from drag to original self in one long-exposure (2016) and David Hoyle: Parallel Universe, Holly’s first photo-book which contains collages of backstage documentation, intimate portraits and ephemera shot over 8 years (self-published 2017).
Holly has also made a significant contribution to the photographic documentation of queer performance and its icons in London, creating a record of a specific movement and the community surrounding it (2009 – 2019/ongoing). Holly lives and works in London and her work is archived at Bishopsgate Institute.
- Venue Information
All areas are fully accessible with a lift, ramps and restrooms on each floor. If you have any specific requirements, please contact us on RPSHouse@rps.org so we can assist you during your visit.
There is public parking in Paintworks. We also have reserved parking spaces we can make available for those with accessibility requirements. Please contact us in advance if you would like to reserve a space. From ground level there are lifts to reach RPS House on the raised ground floor.
- Cancellation policy
This is a live 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 registrants will be advised by email at the earliest opportunity and a full refund made. No responsibility will be accepted for any consequential losses.
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