Louis Stopforth is a multi disciplinary artist, who’s interests within photography are often centred around the materiality of the photograph as well as its representational nature as a visual descriptor. In exploring these themes there is often an element of challenging the viewers preconceptions of what a photograph is and how we expect it to operate. In his own practice there is a consistent exploration of the physical form of the work and the subject being intertwined to produce an integrated viewing experience.
His works also often manifest in a liminal state, questioning the completion of the photograph as well as being an investigation into photography's process and fabrication.
BA (Hons) Photography at Falmouth University
First Class Honours
'Assemblage' at Serchia Gallery Bristol
Falmouth University Online Degree Showcase.
Photograd Online Degree Showcase.
'Synthesis'. Falmouth Institute of Photography Gallery, displaying alongside other selected creatives to represent the course.
'Tilt'. Falmouth Institute of Photography Gallery.
'Between the Lines'. Falmouth Institute of Photography Gallery.
'Makers of Tomorrow'. Ken Stradling Collection.
Symposium week. Falmouth Institute of Photography Gallery, displaying alongside other selected creatives to represent the course.
'Space Within and Other Stories'. Falmouth Institute of Photography Gallery.
'Curator Conversations'. Published by 1000 Words. Publication date December 2020.
Role: Copy Editor
'Terra Firma Magazine Issue 6'. Published by Tera Firma Magazine. Publication date November 2020.
Role: Artist feature and subject of interview piece conducted by Victoria Louise Doyle'
Staff writer for C4 Journal
Contributing writer for Terra Firma Magazine
Contributing writer for EEP Berlin
Contributing writer for Unseen Amsterdam
Contributing writer for Elliott Halls Gallery
Curator and Chair-of-Talks for 'Re-Circling the Square: An Essay Turned Exhibition'
Variable Hours Lecturer for South Gloucestershire and Stroud College
Falmouth University. Requested lecture for BA Photography Students