BSA Arts Researcher in Residency
We are very pleased to announce that the BSA Arts Researcher in Residency (BSA/UAL partnership) has been offered to Tina Rowe.
Tina Rowe works with the tools of analogue photography to explore the ways that human presence is recorded and lost in the landscape. Her work makes use of the material possibilities of light sensitive chemicals on different substrates. She is particularly interested in early processes and is a founder member of e5process darkroom, which was set up specifically to support artists who use film photography. She is currently a PhD candidate at Chelsea College of Art, her practice lead research explores collaborative portraiture making.