“Light is the most essential element of photography, and it can be managed, manipulated, framed and used as a keen editing tool. The talk is an informal presentation on the subject of light in the artist’s work and how she has learned to use natural light in her photography. Light will be explored both as a subject and as a tool.
Notes on the Artist:
Melissa Merryweather is a sustainable building expert and photographer based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. She is currently working on several book projects, including documenting the temples of Cho Lon, in greater Ho Chi Minh City, and others in the Tay Ho area of Hanoi.
Melissa’s most recent exhibitions include “Small Things” group show, Vin Gallery (December 2016-January 2017); “Frozen—Snapshots from the DPRK Tour Bus”, Cox Residence, HCMC (April 2014); “Display”, Au Parc, HCMC (October 2012); Group show, Mekong Merchant, HCMC (2009).
Melissa has also published illustrated journalism on Ho Chi Minh City’s urban conditions in FuturArc magazine (Singapore).”
This talk is presented in English and Vietnamese. Entrance is free.
Due to the limited availability of space, please RSVP to: Ms. Hà Phan: email@example.com | +84 (0) 837442589