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'Out of Order' - An Exhibition

Thursday 12th May 2011 9am - Thursday 19th May 2011 8pm 107 Charing Cross Road Exhibition

The photographs in Out of Order are an accumulation of Molly Macindoe's ten years' work meticulously documenting the free party and teknival scene from her own refreshing perspective. Her pictures chronologically depict the journey of both a culture and an individual.

Controversial in its revisionist attitude, Macindoe's work is a visual attack on the culture of voyeuristic sensationalism found in the mainstream media. She chooses to portray a very personal narrative with a positive outlook. From a true insider's perspective, she is redressing the balance, and in the process is producing a work that is more than just an art book, but also a social documentary of significant historical and academic value.

The four hundred plus photographs are accompanied by a dual narrative text, which describes the parallel stories of both the photographer and the underground rave scene, written by musicologist and journalist Caroline Stedman.

 

The Exhibition is free and tickets are not required.

Location: The Gallery, 3rd Floor, Foyles, Charing Cross Road

 

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