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Lucille Acevedo-Jones & Rajni Shah 

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Manuel Vason’s collaborations include some of the most iconic images of performance in the UK and internationally. His practice shapes a unique hybrid art form and generates new vocabularies. Double Exposures is Vason’s new collaborative venture with some of the most visually arresting artists working with performance in the UK. Ten years after his groundbreaking book Exposures, Vason has produced another extraordinary body of work, which sets out new ways of bridging performance and photography. For Double Exposures, Vason worked with two groups of artists, using two distinct types of collaboration, to produce a series of double images. All the images exist as doubles – pairs – diptychs. In photography, a ‘double exposure’ can be accidental or deliberate. Both types permeate Double Exposures, making it Manuel Vason’s most ambitious project to date.