Forensic Science through Photography

Forensic Science through Photography

10 Sep 2019

The new exhibit due to be launched on 12th October at the Royal Photographic Society’s house (Paintworks, Bristol, BS4 3AR), explores the fundamental relationship between photography and truth.

The exhibit displays Bristol based photographer, Jack Latham’s, immersion in the controversial Icelandic  murder investigation. In the Sugar Paper Theories, Latham has bought together original photographs with a range of archival and documentary materials to guide the viewer through the forensic science of this case.

The RPS has partnered with PhotoPedagogy to develop an online teaching resource that will be available alongside the exhibition.

The exhibit is open:

Thursday 10am to 6pm
Friday 11am to 7pm
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 10am to 5pm

Admission
£5 adult, £3 concession, Under 18s free
Tickets available from the venue