Throughout January 2016, we met with the participants on a one-to-one basis to discuss their plans.
ACHE is a collective formed by four second year Glasgow School of Art Fine Art Photography students, Jonas Jessen Hansen, Jens Masimov, Declan Finn Malone and Peter Basma-Lord. They suggest using Café Milk as a central hub to host discussions, events, dinners… Their first exhibition would be a showcase of artist Jonny Kirkwood.
Zoe Hamill and John McDougall each belong to photography collectives: Belfast Photo Factory (Belfast) for the former, and The Forgotten Collective (Glasgow) for the latter. They suggest building up on past projects to continue the collaboration between the collectives. Their suggested outcomes are zines, exhibitions and events.
Kat Abdullah graduated from Edinburgh Napier University in 2014 from the photography and film course. She suggests an exhibition involving the local Govanhill community, tying in community projects with photography.