When it was first introduced to the public, cinema must have been a fantastically outlandish experience. The Lumière brothers were the first to project moving pictures to a paying audience in Paris in December 1895. Just imagine going there, before TV or computers were ever a thing, and witnessing a
The body of work investigates the relationship between collectors and their possessions; exploring how ordinary, commonplace objects become extraordinary through the often-obsessive act of collecting.
National oddities and peculiarities were the starting point for Edward Thompson’s project In-A-Gadda-Da-England. Born and bred in the U.K., he offers his viewers the perspective of an insider who had spend his whole life surrounded by British culture