Photo in image: From the series La Frontera © Harriet Brookes
Students from the University for the Creative Arts are showcasing some of their work in the latest exhibition at The Lightbox.
UCA in Farnham has a reputation for educating some of the most innovative photographers of the time and the exhibition will offer visitors an opportunity to explore their work.
The students have captured a variety of themes in their photography to explore contemporary issues, some of which are deeply personal.
Among those whose work is on show include documentary photographer Harriet Brookes whose project La Frontera examines the problems faced by people in Gibraltar during the Brexit negotiations.
Using a series of black and white portraits, Sian Hayden’s photography engages with the uncanny and the male gaze while Neve Marinou explores issues surrounding harassment and the Me Too movement.
UCA Farnham MFA Photography Show is on at The Lightbox, Woking, until 2nd February. Entry to the exhibition is free.