Enfield Poets and the Edmonton Camera Club  exhibition returns to Enfield Town this April, showing at the Culture Palace from 3rd – 16th April 2022.

The Shipwrecked Remains Of The Old Boat of Coal by Chris Demetriou

Enfield Poet Katherine Stockton has curated a new exhibition of new poems inspired by the photograpohy of members of the Edmonton Camera Club.

Entitled “Ekphrasis” was presented at Enfield Town Library in December 2021. The exhibition returns in April 2022, showing at the Culture Palace, in Enfield Palace Shipping Centre from 3rd to 16th April.

The exhibition is also online on our website and you can view it here

Ekphrasis, as a word, comes from the Greek ἐκ ek and φράσις phrásis, ‘out’ and ‘speak’ respectively, and the verb ἐκφράζειν ekphrázein, ‘to proclaim or call an inanimate object by name’. The practice finds its route in the classical era, in Plato and Aristotle’s ideas on ideal forms and the mimetic stages at which an object may be viewed. Today, it is a common artistic practice that creates community, artistic collaboration and a therapeutic refuge through detailed observation and interpretation.

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