GOOD NEWS: Magda Kuca Opens Alternative Process Studio in London

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We’re excited to share the good news that Shutter Hub member Magda Kuca has opened an alternative process studio in London. Magda Kuca is a Polish photographer, currently based in London, mostly interested in exploring cyclical nature of human rituals by utilising historical photographic technique of wet plate collodion, using contexts of identity, memory and ethnological investigation.

Magda’s goal is to enable others to join her for alternative and historical photographic techniques workshops (cyanotype, wet plate collodion, pinhole photography, gum bichromate, anthotype, gelatin silver printing and others). Magda aims to raise awareness about the very beginnings of photography and encourage creative experimenting. Having  collaborated with various acclaimed art institutions and galleries, such as British Museum, University of Arts London, Spike Printing Studio in Bristol and Four Corners Gallery, Magda has now released a full programme of workshops to be held at her own studio.

 

© Magda Kuca

© Magda Kuca

© Magda Kuca

© Magda Kuca

Find out more about Magda’s workshops here.

See Magda’s Shutter Hub portfolio here, to find out more about her work.

 


 

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