1854 Presents: Leah Clements around the physical and the psychological

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In this event, Clements discusses past projects, and also the importance of disability access inside the arts.  

Interviewed by 1854 Present’s Zoe Harrison, photographer, writer and disability advocate Leah Clements ruminates on past works , including a good immersive multimedia installation in which the artist ponders the human situation, especially the emotional experiences of “coming up, plus coming down. ”

“Photography has turned into a major part of my practice in recent years, ” the artist clarifies. “My work deals with items that are hard to put your finger on, the things that are hard to describe; the emotional, the physical, and the psychological, ” she adds. Her work highlights the idiosyncratic universality of human experience, and how we can share actual physical phenomena without ever understanding. Here, the artist explains her developmental relationship using the camera, as well as her work on Access Docs for Artists , an information resource for disabled artists. “Rockstars have access to paperwork, ” Clements says, “So why shouldn’t we? ”

Isaac Huxtable

Isaac Huxtable joined the British Journal of Photography in October 2020, where he is currently the Editorial Assistant. Just before this, he studied a BA in History of Artwork at the Courtauld Instititue of Art, London.

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