Image: Tom Lovelace presents Sweep at V&A

Tom Lovelace presents Sweep at V&A

As part of the Friday Late programme at the V&A on 26th September, Tom Lovelace will present Sweep, an installation of everyday objects inspired by Fox Talbot's famous photograph The Open Door, 1844. Lovelace's practice reconsiders and reinvents everyday objects and materials, presenting installations and photographs which oscillate between the absurd and the mundane. On the same evening, Tom will also be leading a dual workshop on photography and sculpture entitled  Objects not to be Photographed  18.30 - 21.00 with Hannah Farrell. The relationship between photography and the Museum dates back to the mid-19th century. Artefacts and sculptures are photographed thousands of times each day. Come and create objects that attempt to defy the lens and sculptures that are impossible to photograph. Bring your camera (digital, analogue or camera phone).

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