Photographer and designer Jasmine Malone welcomes you into her world of analogue photography, nude beaches and intimate moments, questioning the narrative that the male gaze has created of the female nude.
Distance, her first solo exhibition, explores nudity and nakedness, and focusses on representations of the female body in modern photography. Most, if not all, of us take on a state of undress at least once on any given day, but what does it mean to be naked? What does nakedness imply within various contexts, and can one say it is the same as being nude? Or is nudity a completely different state of being?
This event is free to attend.
RAW Labs has step-free access from the street to the ground level of the building, including to the accessible toilet, and is service animal friendly. There is no step-free access to the mezzanine level. This venue does not have a hearing loop system.
There is permit parking directly outside RAW Labs, but please call ahead to request a permit.
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Nearest station(s): Gallions Reach DLR
Bus: 101, 262, 366, 474, N551
Parking: Please contact a member of staff to request a parking permit