Rob Ball, Red Room
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Rob Ball

Red Room, Czech Republic, 2010
From the In Silence series
Website - RobBall.co.uk

Rob Ball is a British photographer and academic working on self-initiated projects and commissions. His work has been shown at numerous institutions and festivals including The National Portrait Gallery, Ways of Looking Festival, Format Festival and Bonnington Gallery, Nottingham. Interested in areas including materiality, process, landscape and the archive, Rob produces a variety of outputs including the publications Unremarkable Stories and Beyond the View (2014). Rob is Deputy Director of The South East Archive of Seaside Photography (SEAS).

Posted on Thursday, September 2, 2010.

 

 

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