By Ian Clegg Angela Tait
A group of students from the University of Salford have been photographed using our ceramic pinhole Polaroid camera. Each involved student has received a limited edition ceramic businesscard as pseudo payment for their collaboration with the artists.
March 2014 saw our visit to the Accademia di Belle Arti, Macerata, Italy to engage with the students there and exhibit our work.
The work in Macerata pushed the parameters of our practice with the pinhole Polaroid beyond its existing limits.
During the course of three days we presented ourselves and our work to over 200 students and professors. We talked in possibly the most stunning lecture theatre in the known world and captured dozens of images.
The show consists of two bodies of work which include this book. The first made in the UK and the second in Italy.