Sara Davidmann will talk about her artistic work and family history and present her new book which accompanies the exhibition Ken. To be destroyed.
Sara Davidmann is a visual artist/photographer, whose photography encompasses the personal and the social/political, highlighting and questioning the relationship between the individual and society. For more than 15 years Sara has taken collaborative photographs and recorded oral histories with people from trans* and queer communities in Great Britain. Her work is exhibited nationally and internationally including Museum of Liverpool 2013 – 2015, PARCspace, LCC, UAL 2014, ‘Moving Trans* History Forward’ 2014, Homotopia Arts Festival 2013, Somatechnics Sydney 2009, Transfabulous 2007. She has received numerous awards for her photography including a Philip Leverhulme Prize, Arts and Humanities Research Council awards, Wellcome Trust funding and a Fulbright Hays Scholarship.
Ken. To be destroyed has been originated/organised by the UAL Photography and the Archive Research Centre (PARC) at London College of Communication. The exhibition is co curated by Val Williams and Robin Christian and the Ken. To be destroyed book is edited by Val Williams.