Adam Brown is Senior Lecturer in Photography at London South Bank University. A graduate of Fine Art at Gwent under Roy Ascott, he was Course Leader for BA(Hons) Photography and Media Arts at UCA Maidstone, and lectured in Photography at James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. From 2000-2005 he ran the darkrooms and studio at Photofusion in Brixton. His publications and conference presentations expand on a long-standing interest in the politics of the photographic representation of the built environment.
In October 2015, he presented his on-going art project Buncefield Soundsystem at The Photographers’ Gallery, London as part of their regular Social programme. The Soundsystem project represents public outputs of the artist’s ‘record label,’ and takes the forms of interactive presentations and DJ performances.
How to photograph onion skins.
What is success? In the past, a successful photographic career led ultimately to a monograph or a retrospective. Let’s unbox one.