• Published on: 14th September 2021
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The exhibition documents and celebrates personal stories of resilience and mental health through the medium of Victorian wet plate photography, which has qualities perfectly suited to empathetic interactions between photographer and sitter. The project capture moments during the COVID-19 pandemic, recording for prosperity stories of personal anguish and triumph during this historic international crisis.

There are several ways to interact with the exhibition – you can pan around the gallery using your mouse, the arrow keys on your keyboard, or the controller arrows on the screen. And you can zoom in or out using the scroll wheel on your mouse, or the on-screen controllers.

To view any of the images larger just click on the one that you wish to see; and for more information click on the information icons.

For best results click on the ‘enter full screen’ icon – the one on the far right.