Inspired by light, passion and mystery. All images are copy-writed to myself, unless stated otherwise. No images may be used without consent.

Name of Exhibition: Photographic Narratives

Artists: Bijash Chauhan, Chloe Short, Kayleigh Dolphin

Curator: Emma O`brien

Gallery Name: The Lock Gallery

1st May – 7th May – Free

The exhibition of ‘Photogtaphic Narratives’ includes 30 images that capture the narrative structure of modern ideas, creative subjects and many techniques from darkroom through photoshop. The work is eclectic and shown in many forms that creates a unique approach for every image.

Bijash Chauhan’s work includes a set of 6 images titled ‘Dominika’, which he captures a young student from Poland and how she copes with her life from her first glimpse of England to now. Also, an image that represents nude rather than naked. A collection of street portraits that captures ethnics and also a special Elinor Carucci task from a free undergraduate course created by Jonathan Worth.

Chloe Short’s work includes a set of 3 images titled ‘Identity’, where she captures the true essence of a body and how it interacts with the audience and shows the mystery behind the series. Also a set of 7 images titled ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ re-created with Lego. This work shows the sins in a more down to earth and creative feeling.

Kayleigh Dolphin’s work includes 2 series of images. One titled ‘Picturing the Body’ where she shows how the nude body can be merged and represented as a landscape or any form. And the other titled ‘Digital Media’, this is a new modern way of introducing work, rest and play. It shows how to manipulates real life into game scenarios.

Canal Warehouse: Studio 23: CV1 4LH

No private car park but streets available


Sunday: 6pm – 9pm Opening – Drinks & Food

Monday: 9am – 3pm

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 9am – 3pm

Thursday: 9am – 12pm

Friday: 9am – 12pm

Saturday: 9am – 5pm

Prints available for purchase

Alison Bushnel creates Coventry University’s newspaper and we thought sending a press release to her would be a good idea. In case she decided to put it in the Coventry University newspaper.


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