In the age of digital photography, most of our memories and artistic experiments stay contained within computers and storage devices. The idea of this workshop is to create something you can touch, smell and feel.
The Open Space Society (TOSS) Jaipur – School of Film Photography and Writing, brings you a collaborative workshop where participants help each other in creating narratives and photographers are invited to bring a work in progress that they would like to translate into a photobook.
It’s a 5-days workshop, starting from 10 am to 6pm everyday from September 29- October 03, 2017.
WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING:
-Laptop with Adobe inDesign software (If you don’t have one, we can help you buy the license at student discounted prices)
-Glue, paper, scissor, cutter, tape, pen, scale
-30-40 loose A4 sheets
-Small prints of pictures
AIM OF THE WORKSHOP
– To take the participants closer to his/her desired photobook
– The participants will have a dummy of their own photobook by the end of the workshop
Anubhav Syal is a visual artist from India, with a Masters in fine art photography.
He has worked as a Filmmaker, photographer and a journalist since 2008. He has self published his graduation project Handmade disaster (a commentary on the refugee crisis) along with Sharda (a memorabilia of his grandmother) and Syaahi – a short film he produced got a special mention at the 63rd National Film Awards, India. This work has been showcased at various festivals and venues abroad and at home.
He enjoys collaborating with Photographers and help them develop their narrative in the form of a photo book. In his works he likes to explore the idea of time, light and human tendencies, this exploration as he says is to answer the riddles of his own mind.
So get ready as the workshop begins tomorrow !