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Film culture: TRAPPED. On Film

Spend any appreciable amount of time talking about film photography on Twitter and sooner or later you’ll come into contact with AndaM, AKA @BeRadiant.

Now it seems that Anda’s finally gotten around to putting on her first solo exhibition and if you find yourself in London, Ontario, we really think you should head on over and check it out.

Trapped II - AndaM

Trapped II – AndaM

Black and Light - AndaM

Black and Light – AndaM

TRAPPED. On Film explores the intimate relationship between light and film, and the ‘trapping’ of light by film. It started on February 23rd  2016 and spreads over 2 weeks until March 5th.

Anda’s participated in group exhibitions until now – bits and pieces everywhere – but late fall last year, she decided it was time to gather some photographs together and present them as her solo art show.

Black and Light - AndaM

Black and Light – AndaM

Room - AndaM

Room – AndaM

Trapped IV - AndaM

Trapped IV – AndaM

Mr. Happy - AndaM

Mr. Happy – AndaM

You can see the other images featured in Anda’s TRAPPED. On Film over at The Arts Project, 203 Dundas Street, London, Ontario 519.642.2767. It’s open Tuesday to Saturday, Noon until 5:00pm and you can learn more at


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