Garth are proud to present work made by the artist Toril Brancher and local young people in a project funded by Arts Alive.
Face to Face was made over a two year period, in which Toril Brancher approached Abergavenny’s young people, inviting them to consider the way in which they are perceived by older generations in the community. Pose and location were discussed before the chosen photographic moments were collaboratively recorded with the use of a medium format camera and a long shutter release.
The work has been seen before at the Abergavenny Waitrose Café earlier this year.
More Face to Face images on torilbrancher.wordpress.com
The project was funded by Arts Alive, for more information, please visit their website – www.artsalivewales.org.uk
This is the 13th in a series of exhibitions in and around Nevill Hall Hospital, organised by GARTH – Gwent Arts in Health - a new local charity that aims to help realise the potential of the arts in promoting health and wellbeing.
- Jazzy the Giraffe Christmas Cards!
- A Candlelit Christmas Concert
- Torfaen Arts - Group Show
- Shaun Ray - Musicpainting
- New Art in Ophthalmology, Royal Gwent Hospital
- @NHH: Sue Hunt & Paul Crompton
- On Show 2022
- On Show: Usk Art Club
- On Show: Glenn Carney
- On Display at Nevill Hall Hospital
- Conversations / Future Selves