The Shetland Project exhibited at BPF18

In 2018, Richard Chivers, Phil Le Gal, Mitch Karunaratne, Heather Shuker, David Sterry & Paul Walsh spent 6 days capturing a contemporary portrait of the Shetland Islands. From the 29th September–27th October the work was exhibited for the first time at the Phoenix Gallery in Brighton, as part of the Brighton Photography Fringe festival. For this show the work was hung collaboratively across the gallery as a single, non-authored series, mixing the 6 projects as one. As part of the month long exhibition MAP6 also held a discussion about working collaboratively chaired by Wendy Pye from Tri-Pod, whom we hope to be working with again soon. There was also a MAP6 mentoring session, where photographers could share their projects and receive feedback from the MAP6 photographers.

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