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London UK - 16-18 Ramillies St, Soho, London W1F 7LW, UK
Hear artist Laura El-Tantawy and photo editor Laura Summerton discuss their new project on clean water and the role photography has in raising awareness of the challenges limited access has on daily life.

This discussion brings together artist Laura El-Tantawy and photo editor Laura Summerton who will talk through their new collaboration, Carrying Life: Motherhood and Water in Malawi. This project, which has culminated in a new book and exhibition, looks at the effects of limited clean water has on maternal health.
This event will be moderated by researcher and scholar Jessica Crombie.
Jess Crombie is a researcher and scholar working as a Senior Lecturer at UAL, and as a consultant for some of the leading organisations in the humanitarian sector. In both contexts Jess utilises almost two decades as a senior leader in the charity sector to explore the ethical complexities in documentary storytelling. Her research focus investigates the potential for power shifts in both story gathering and telling by seeking out the opinions and ideas of the people in the pictures and stories, a process that she has coined ‘contributor centred storytelling practice’.
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Artist Talk: Laura El-Tantawy and Laura Summerton16-18 Ramillies St, Soho, London W1F 7LW, UK