London Analogue Festival

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Back for its second year in 2014, the London Analogue Festival (LAF) bucks the trend for digitising everything with a celebration of the beauty and power of analogue technologies. Performances, workshops and exhibitions that cover the moving image, photography (Lomography are one of the partner organisations) and sound art from across the globe will be held at Bargehouse on the South Bank. The event is free, and will feature upcoming artists as well as established talents such as Terry King. 

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Fans of photography, cinema and sound art, I heard that the London Analogue Festival is a unique festival which brings the expertise of analogue to the public by showcasing the works of more than 70 artists from across the world...Please come and join me to watch & enjoy the films; participate in workshops but also network with amazing experts of analogue!! I heard that Adam Kang, renown photographer and Saatchi artist and Sarah Pollman from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston are part of the festival!!! No need for tickets; just walk in the Deptford town hall, the Amersham Arms and the Old police station. How awesome is that!!! I am definitely looking forward to this event; who's coming with me? Check the www.londonanalogue.com for more info!!! See you there!!!