Jermaine Francis on film : Lost In Music A Post Industrial Dreamscape
An exploration of race and politics via the dancefloor.
Today my guest is the photographer and filmmaker Jermaine Francis.
Jermaine and I discuss his recent film Lost in Music: A Post Industrial Dreamscape - an exploration of race and politics within a dancefloor context. This work was recently presented alongside a discussion with the writer Nathalie Olah and photographer Edward "Eddie" Otchere at Camden Arts Centre.
His practice works within documentary & portraiture, in the format of personal driven photo projects & editorials, exploring the issues that arise from our interaction in the everyday environment. He has published two books, Something That Seems So Familiar and Rhythms from the Metroplex.
I loved talking with Jermaine and I hope that you enjoy his words on his rich creative life as much as I did.
See you next time!
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