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The Proof Principle by Colin McPherson

The Proof Principle opens to the public

The Proof Principle, Colin McPherson’s year-long commission responding to the one hundredth anniversary of research and development at Unilever’s Port Sunlight laboratory, is now on public view.

The exhibition opened today at the Bluecoat Arts Centre, Liverpool and remains open until Sunday, 11th March. Admittance is free and the centre, Liverpool’s creative hub, has extended opening hours, a cafe, bar and restaurant.

See previous post for details of The Proof Principle. As a taster, BBC Online have featured the show on their England home page. A good way to launch the show.


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About alison mclean at the photo foundry

Alison McLean is an experimental photographer & filmmaker and director of The Photo Foundry based in Mold, North Wales in the UK. 

Inspired by an eclectic range of photographers such as William Eggleston, Roger Ballen, Sally Mann, Donna Ferrato, Ryan McGinley and Rankin, she is always described by clients as creative and imaginative, producing images with a strong graphic quality that are modern and edgy. Projects include "Beautiful Me" where post-production techniques such as airbrushing and body sculpting are questioned, and "The Passion Project" exploring the issues of love, passion and violence in relationships. As well as her own projects, she works commercially for artists, musicians and performers, producing portraits and images for their websites, publications & exhibitions. She also runs workshops advising artists on how to photograph their own work. Other clients have included graphic designers, actors, models, festivals, businesses and community projects for charities. BA(Hons) in Creative Lens Media (Photography and Filmmaking) North Wales School of Art and Design, UK 2010 More work can be viewed on the website http://www.thephotofoundry.com or on Flickr here http://www.flickr.com/photos/kathka/sets/


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