The Image Speaks is a collaborative exhibition between photographer                    Andy Brown and PhD students from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities

The 2018 exhibition is the fourth iteration of the project and can be seen in Jessop West Foyer, 9am - 6pm and we're currently looking for participants for the 2019 exhibition. 

The exhibition catalogue for 2018, with extended essays from each student about their photograph can be downloaded on the right. Archives from previous exhibitions can also be viewed. 

image of the Image Speaks exhibition

image of the Image Speaks exhibition in Jessop West Foyer

image of the Image Speaks exhibition in Jessop West Foyer

Since 2014 students in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities have worked with photographer Andy Brown over a number of weeks. As a group, they investigate the photographer's craft and how images communicate ideas. They then work with Andy individually to compose visual representations of their own research. 

This has produced four exhibitions of photographs offering a series of windows into the richly diverse and exciting body of postgraduate research that exists within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Catalogues from 2014 - 2017 can also be downloaded from this page.