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Fieldstudy is published twice yearly by the University of the Arts London Photography and the Archive Research Centre at the London College of Communication. Alison Marchant is a London-based artist who has been working with PARC on the development of Road: Artist and the Stop the M11 Link Road Campaign and also on a new project which looks at the idea of artists’ journeys. She has been invited to make this new body of work speciďŹ cally for the third edition of Fieldstudy

The Research Centre acts as catalyst for, and initiator of, research projects which explore the many-layered relationships between photography, archives and cultural history. As part of its research programme, the Centre has initiated a PhD Studentship with the V&A Museum and is appointing a Research Assistant to work on a range of projects. Partnered with organizations which include Photoworks UK and the V&A Museum, the Centre is active in its support of artists and scholars from across the university, including Neil Cummings, Peter Cattrell, Pam Skelton, Alistair O Neill and John Tchalenko. Centre based projects are also being developed with artists/historians including Susan Bright, Shirley Read, Roma Tearne and Clare Strand. Following its successful study day Out of the Box in January 2004, the Centre organized a second study day: Unfolding the Tissue: Fashion and the Archive, at the Rootstein Hopkins Space at the London College of Fashion in December 2004. In Autumn 2004 the centre collaborated with Tate Modern on a seven-week study course : The Visual Archive : History, Evidence and Make Believe. Speakers included Rachel Lichtenstein, Stella Mitchell, Stuart Brisley. Alan Dein and forensic anthropologist Tim Thompson.

The Centre is currently working on a series of research seminars to be held at LCC, a research project around independent photography in the Seventies, a study day on the archive of war and future collaborations with Tate Modern. Director: Professor Val Williams e mail: v.williams@lcc.arts.ac.uk Centre Administrator: Lorna Crabbe e mail: l.crabbe@lcc.arts.ac.uk Photography and the Archive Research Centre University of the Arts London London College of Communication Elephant and Castle London SE1 6SB UK t. +00 44 (0)20 7 514 6625 /6919 f.+ 00 44 (0)20 7 514 6535 e mail info@photographyresearchcentre.co.uk www.photographyresearchcentre.co.uk


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