Boys is a project that explores masculinity and boyhood, shot entirely on Super 8. Matheson will be showing an exclusive first screening of the short documentary, of the same name. The portraits of boys aim to show beauty in what she calls “people who don’t realise how special and interesting they are and faces that tell a story”.
Speaking on the project she tells us, “I’ve been shooting Boys since late 2015 and I’m so excited to now have the chance to showcase my work physically and in person at my first solo exhibition thanks to the brilliant Creative Debuts. The exhibition will feature images from the project from 2015 up until photos shot only a few weeks ago. It will also be the first chance to see the official first screening of Boys – the documentary”.
The event takes place on the 27 July at the Black and White building 7-11pm.
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