We are delighted to announce that Uncertain States/31 is published. (ISSN 2632-895X 31)
The theme for /31 is Transformation and it is our second edition through the collaboration with Norwich University of the Arts Human Interfaces Creative Lab.
To find out our featured artists, click on the UCS/31 image below and visit our Instagram/Twitter: @uncertainstates
Free copies of Uncertain States are now available at British Library, Bodleian Libraries University of Oxford, Arnolﬁni: Bristol, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art: Newcastle, Four Corners: London, Impressions Gallery: Bradford, Modern Art Oxford: Oxford, Open Eye Gallery: Liverpool, Photofusion: London, Photovoice: London, Stills: Centre for Photography: Edinburgh, The North Wall Arts Centre: Oxford, The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts: Norwich.
UCS copies will be also available in September at: Royal College of Art, The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design, University for the Creative Arts, University of the Arts London (LCC) and Norwich University of the Art.
We welcome any comments or feedback you have about UCS /31. Please send these to firstname.lastname@example.org If you are happy for us to share your views with others, we may publish them either online or in future issues of UCS.
Uncertain States is a lens-based, artist led project.
The work we show reflects some key social and political concerns and challenges how perception is formed in a new contemporary society, on issues as diverse as politics, religion and personal identity. Releasing a quarterly broadsheet and through regular discussions we attempt to expand a critical dialogue and promote the best of lens-based art.
In a time where the proliferation of imagery is rendering itself insignificant and meaningless, the artists in Uncertain States are concerned with the intention of the work. All the work published is concerned with the meaning and reading of the photograph. We celebrate the ‘hard copy’ and the ‘physical meeting’.
Uncertain States aims to showcase both established and emerging artists also through our Broadsheet, exhibitions and talks. We include work from all photographic genres.