Metamorphosis can mean the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly or in Kafka's case from man into an insect. This show features diptychs by 14 international photographers. Pairs of images are hung together; each depicts a process of binary change.
The show is part of Waterloo Festival, and is co-curated by Paul Tecklenberg and Darren Nisbett.
Featured photographers include the Canadian artist Maureen O'Connor and Andrew Cooper, a recent graduate from University of East London. There will be an Artist's Talk and a Q&A with Farah Mahammoud of You Press and Catherine Dormor of The Bridge at Waterloo on 17 June at 7pm.
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