To the editor of Amateur Photographer: discussion and Q&A, 10 January 2015

Following the first public screenings of To the Editor of Amateur Photographer, Pavilion and The Hyde Park Picture House invite you to share in a discussion around the work with the artists and Pavilion. The event will be chaired by Irene Revell, Director of Electra.

To the Editor of Amateur Photographer revolves around the testimonies and collected documents linked to the complex and often contested history of Pavilion, the UK's first feminist photography centre. The film examines a radical shift in photography whilst also foregrounding the problems of presenting history through archival fragments and personal recollections.

*Prior to the discussion the film will be screened.
Screening: 2.30pm, discussion: 4-5.30pm
At: Hyde Park Picture House, 73 Brudenell Road, LS6 1JD
To book: info@pavilion.org.uk

Mark Fell is an interdisciplinary artist based in Rotherham, who often works with sound and the interplay between musical traditions, including popular electronic music, house musics and academic approaches to computer-based composition.

Luke Fowler is a Scottish artist who works with 16mm film, archives, sound and photography. In 2012 he was nominated for the Turner Prize for a film exploring the life and work of Scottish psychiatrist R.D. Laing.

Irene Revell is Director of Electra, an organisation which curates, commissions and produces projects by artists working across sound, moving image, performance and the visual arts. She is also a member of the Cinenova Working Group.

Supporters: Arts Council England, Leeds City Council, Leeds Inspired, Hamilton Corporate Finance, Feminist Review Trust, Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society