Collective’s Everything Has Changed. Nothing Has Changed Competition And Exhibition

Collective presents ‘EVERYTHING HAS CHANGED. NOTHING HAS CHANGED’, a photography competition and exhibition.

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Photographers of all backgrounds and experience levels are invited to enter a photography competition on Instagram for the chance to win a £250 Amazon voucher.

We’d like you to capture people in real-life situations interacting with or experiencing technology, exploring how these technologies have become an intrinsic part of our everyday lives.

All entries fulfilling the competition criteria will be eligible, while a selection of entries received before 28th November will also be displayed at our photography exhibition.

 

HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR IMAGE

Simply upload your image via Instagram using the hashtag #human_digital. If you have an image and don’t want to use Instagram you can enter by emailing your image to gemma.olds@collectivelondon.com

 

THE EXHIBITION

The competition runs alongside Collective’s photography exhibition: Everything has changed. Nothing has changed. The exhibition features photographs printed by theprintspace, chosen in collaboration with various street photographers and is free, so do pop along and take a look – you might see your image on display too!

Exhibition: 24 – 29 November. Brick Lane Gallery Annexe.

93 – 95 Sclater Street, London E1 6HR

 

WHAT ARE THE JUDGES LOOKING FOR?

Our panel of judges is looking for ‘real life digital’ – people in normal situations interacting with or experiencing technology. Show us how digital communication and devices are now integrated into the very fabric of our everyday lives.

Judges are:

Gagan Sadana – Street photographer

Matthew Gregory – Street photographer

Walter Rothwell – Photographer

Emanuele Giovagnoli – Documentary photographer and visual journalist

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