Anita Corbin’s exhibition, Visible Girls Revisited, explores the lives, tribes, and spirits of British women via two sets of double portraits taken 36 years apart. Her work reunites women with their adolescent selves, exploring the ways in which photography can reveal and reflect upon identity and society at various stages of young women’s’ lives.
In addition to her exhibition, Anita Corbin will instruct a one-day workshop entitled Who am I really? for girls aged twelve to sixteen. Both practical and theoretical, it offers participants the opportunity to learn valuable photography skills such as editing and lighting, alongside discussion of identity and the value of self.
Corbin also presents an Artist’s Talk with a Q&A session to discuss the process behind her work and the the journey of relocating her subjects thirty-six years later, and photographs new subjects in a pop-up session in Hull.