Please note that this event is postponed until further notice to ensure the health and safety of our community and to flatten the curve of COVID-19.
This event commemorates the launch of Shifting Perspectives, a publication which captures the breadth of photographer and researcher Sylvia Grace Borda’s practice over three decades. Borda’s work, which explores the interrelationship between cameras, images, place-making, labour, and identity, is renowned for its intensive engagement with social and cultural histories. Shifting Perspectives features a wealth of scholarly texts, which highlight and elaborate upon the scope of some of Borda’s most expansive projects, such as This One’s For the Farmer, Every Bus Stop in Surrey, and EK Modernism. Join us for an evening of rich conversation, featuring talks from Borda herself, as well as art historian Dorothy Barenscott and local farming advocate Ron Tamis.