‘Photoscratch provided me with a great opportunity to test out some of the images that we have both been working on. I deliberately avoided sequencing and wanted to engage in a discussion about the direction our new project could take. It has been really useful to question the strength of certain images as well as establish the key ones. We are very excited about the next stages for this project such as producing a photo-zine as well as an exhibition linked to film installation. We would like to thank the organisers for attracting us to this format, the attendees for their warm and constructive feedback, and the participating photographers for their support during the event. We very much look forward to the next one.’ – Che Kevlin
Che Kevlin is a Performance and Visual Artist who often collaborates with Photographer Mariya Ustymenko. Together they have created artist books, video pieces, and exhibitions. Since graduating from his MA studies at Goldsmiths, London, Che has been lecturing in lens and media based subjects. In his photographic work, Che is currently focusing on public, landscape and architectural spaces.
Che and Mariya shared work at Photo Scratch in July 2017.
Collaborative website: timeframearts.com
Che’s website: chekevlin.com