Lecture: The Rt Revd Richard Harries, Bishop of Oxford, discusses the space of spirituality in the work of Garry Fabian Miller
Date: Wednesday 9 November
Venue: The Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre
Richard Harries is the author of over 20 books including: Art and the Beauty of God (Mowbrays, 1993), Praying the Eucharist (SPCK, 2004) and The Passion in Art (Ashgate, 2004). He is well known for his contributions to '‘Thought for the Day' on Radio 4's The Today Programme and is a former chairman of both the Church of England Board for Social Responsibility, and the Council of Christians and Jews.
Garry Fabian Miller is a fine art photographer, who has created 'camera-less' photographs since the mid-1980s. Hailed as "one of [contemporary photography’s] most progressive and important figures", Fabian Miller employs light in “rudimentary methods recall[ing] the earliest days of photography, when the effects of light on sensitised paper seemed magical” (Martin Barnes - Curator of Photography, V&A).