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Charlotte Gregory is an artist and arts coordinator living and working in Newcastle. NOW//Charlotte has just set up PH. an exhibition space based in Newcastle upon Tyne (UK) dedicated to photography, film and post-photography aesthetics. PH. is a space to promote, exhibit, discuss and re-examine contemporary photographic practice. We aim to examine how the mediums digital advances and the increased amount of mobile photographic devices has created a more accessible and potentially democratic medium – everyone is a photographer now. As darkrooms and film become less and less, our memories are now held in the endless capacity of the digital ether, conducted via screen, the fight between pixel vs chemical. Has photography finally lost its physical presence? PH. aims to re-examine the current state of photography, how we now choose to view it and its many possible futures. PH. is supported by IdeasTap and The NewBridge Project. If you are interested in being involved please contact email@example.comART//Charlotte graduated in Fine Art from Newcastle University and specialises in the field of sculpture, installation and sound, often using combinations of obsolete and new technologies. Charlotte's practice attempts to make visible the invisible, record the unmanageable and intangible and highlight the delicate interchange between existing and disappearing in our environment. Collected materials from significant locale become maps, out of date technologies are re-appropriated and collective narratives are adopted to help us recognise and negotiate our shifting surroundings. WORK//Charlotte works as Project Coordinator for ISIS Arts, ISIS is a visual and media arts organisation, where she coordinates projects, events and commissions and a international residency programme, working with and engaging artists and organisations of all backgrounds and cultures to produce a programme that explores identity and challenges prejudice, creating projects of international relevance and local significance. Charlotte also works regularly for regional artists and festivals and has previously worked with AV Festival and Wunderbar Festival.
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