In 2020, as one becomes ever-immersed in a technicolour landscape of digital technology, we feel it is significant that the use of Black & White as a lens for representation and experience is not diminishing. Through the magazine, invited contributors will investigate the use of Black & White as a lens, a filter, and an eye in contemporary visual culture. The aim of the project is to interrogate the use of B&W and grayscale in lens-based media.
Contributors include: Holly Antrum, Ibrahim Azab, Marianne Bjørnmyr, Jessie Bond, Krasimira Butseva, Victoria Louise Doyle, Lucas Gabellini-Fava, Hannah Hughes, Lina Ivanova, Steff Jamieson, Ryan L. Moule, Hatty Nestor, Giulia Parlato, Giovanna Petrocchi, Marie Smith, Evie Ward, Duncan Wooldridge
Edited by Tom Lovelace and Holly Willats (Art Licks).
The magazine launch takes place at London South Bank University’s Borough Road Gallery, where Tom has curated a group exhibition that explores similar themes to the magazine.