In Between Gallery Shortlist: Joel Goldstein

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Recently shortlisted for The In Between Gallery is Walthamstow Reservoir No. 2, 2021 by Joel Goldstein.

The image documents the man-altered landscape, taken in late Summer in North London it shows two fishermen dwarfed by an electricity pylon in the Walthamstow Wetlands. The site is Europe’s largest urban wetland reserve, as well as providing London with drinking water it is internationally recognised for its importance to migratory birds.

The In Between Gallery is an ongoing series of photographic exhibitions which sit between Fabrica’s main exhibition programme, in partnership with Photo Fringe, Spectrum and Loupe Magazine. Work by emerging photographers is shown in the Fabrica window space right in the heart of Brighton, in the large picture window on Duke Street. Showing from 20 December 2021 to April 2022 is Lost Connection I Afghanistan by Rick Findler. The Open Call judging panel was made up of the project partners, together with independent curator Cairo Clarke and previous In Between Gallery exhibitor, photographer and curator Ibrahim Azab.

About Joel Goldstein

British/French photographer Joel Goldstein is based between London and the Sussex Coast and is a University of Brighton photography graduate. His personal and academic practice is underpinned by the idea of a 'man altered landscape' through a combination of film and digital media. As well as exploring our changing relationship within the local landscape and marginal spaces, he produces work surrounding the elevation of the everyday banal into a fine art context.


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