Michelle Walsh is a photographer and lecturer in Film and Media at the University of Lincoln. Her work visually explores identity and subjectivity with reference to contemporary neuroscience, eastern philosophy and participatory photographic methods. Her work has featured in several solo and group exhibitions and she was associate artist for the inaugural Frequency festival in 2011.
Hazel Donnelly is a photographer/ film maker and Project Director of New Media Lincs, a Social Enterprise Business associated with the School of Film and Media at the University of Lincoln. Her work has been exhibited widely both in the UK and internationally. Most recently her work has focused primarily on narrative and film, with a particular emphasis on self-identity, re-appropriation of objects and diaspora.
This installation piece explores the lives of immigrants living in Lincoln. Featuring an animated documentary short on the life of local Peter Jankowski who lived through a labour camp during Stalin’s occupation of eastern Poland, the piece focuses on stories of survival against the odds and the fragile nature of liberation. A story and pop up photo booth run for two days to collect the untold stories of displaced people living in the city.