Posts tagged ‘exhibitions’

July 5, 2012

REMINDER | Private View @ Oh! Oxford House Tonight

Irreversible Materiality is a collaboration between photographer Tracey Fahy and the Senior Dancers (age 60+) at Green Candle Dance Company based in Bethnal Green, London. Founded in 1987, by Fergus Early, with a brief to bring dance; as practice and performance to as wide a cross-section of the community as possible.

Combining hip-hop dance, photography and sound images (influenced by Japanese avant-garde culture of the late 1960s – in particular Butoh dance, which was often performed by older dancers) to create a unique visual language.

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June 6, 2012

Exhibition @ Oh! Oxford House

Irreversible Materiality is a collaboration between photographer Tracey Fahy and the Senior Dancers (age 60+) at Green Candle Dance Company based in Bethnal Green, London. Founded in 1987, by Fergus Early, with a brief to bring dance; as practice and performance to as wide a cross-section of the community as possible.

Combining hip-hop dance, photography and sound (influenced by Japanese avant-garde culture of the late 1960s – in particular Butoh dance, which was often performed by older dancers) to create a unique sonic visual language.

July 7, 2010

Moving Gallery @ The 02, Greenwich, London.




















GDA Moving Gallery @ 02, Greenwich, London 2010.

Yesterday some of my photos were featured in the Moving Gallery (a project commissioned for the 02 site by Greenwich Dance, choreographed by Ragnhild Olsen). The images are the result of a workshop with Chris Nash back in May. The storywall (under the covered walkway between North Greenwich Tube and the 02 main entrance) will feature the photographs from the moving gallery, this display will be exhibited from Wed 7 July for two months.

Dancers: Hayley Ryan, Johnny Autin, Katarzyna Witek & Mariana Lucia Marquez.
Photographers: Tracey Fahy, Marc Burden, Avatara Ayuso & Margarida Gouveia.

June 22, 2009

UPDATE: The last year.

So the last year has been busy. I had a few exhibitions – my image entitled ‘Trash’ (above) was one of the ten winning entries of The Hayward Gallery Rodchenko photography competition, selected by Hayward curators which was exhibited at the Hayward Gallery.
Then there was the AIR exhibition at Morley Gallery (below) which featured some of my pinhole photography work – more of which can be viewed on my website.



I also completed work on a permanent commission for Stoke Mandeville Hospital (below), again using pinhole photography. Click here to view all 28 images.


I launched my photobook “TRACEY TOKYO” which you can buy through Blurb.

By Tracey Fahy
Finally, the year finished with London Sinfonietta’s 40th anniversary celebrations with a series of special events curated by Culture Collective and Street Genius. I worked as a photography mentor on this project – you can read more about the project on LNDSNF’s blog here.