Currently Stills has a exhibition celebrating the 'hidden', which is a collection of photographic work by individual people who have caring responsibilities. The imagery portrays the unique impact photography has on life, allowing them to document or express their emotions at any time. There were approximately 200 images placed around the room, documenting family life, life at work and the extraordinary hidden photographs by unique individuals. The collection of images are alone on the wall, with just a simple number placed next to each photograph. next to the benches, the visitor can find a booklet containing two lines about the photographer. This unique form of leaving the viewer completely open to either look at the work without information or search for the information was a interesting aspect in which was not very common. The gallery also had a basement which indued a small library and two darkrooms for the lessons they teach weekly on site. For each person who visits a different image will grab their attention, allowing each person to have a different perspective on the work displayed.
Overall, the gallery was incredible interesting and thought provoking. From the large series of images place together to one image alone, each piece of work has its own format in which to view, giving some great ideas for my groups exhibition.