Uncanny Editions held a workshop at The Photographers’ Gallery in February 2013. The workshop was conducted in the context of the Youth Forum programme of the Gallery, and it taught the participants different collage techniques, their history and effect. Photos by Jai Tyler.
This publication aims to expose Melissa Jordan’s collages as a central part of her practice. — Duplicitous, by Melissa Jordan Initially cinematic moments, these images are reformed. It is always a moment, unexpected, never a planned portrait. The captured image, akin to the original film stills, suggest a narrative but offers no certainties. Although frozen, […]
Uncanny Editions launched the 2nd issue of Uncanny Magazine and hosted a one-day group exhibition on the 20th January 2011. The exhibition included work by Karen Lacroix and guest artists Page Tsou, Therese Vandling & Luke Frost and Tom Owen. The event took place at Four Corners Gallery (Bethnal Green, London, UK).
This issue explores the relationship the Surrealist authors André Breton and Paul Eluard had with religion, particularly with Catholicism. It approaches the subject using the book The Immaculate Conception (1930), questioning the authors’ anti-religious orientation through a new series of handmade collages. Uncanny Magazine is the visual output of Karen Lacroix’s ongoing research on Surrealism. […]