Some will pay (for what others will pay to avoid): Vernacular typography and the irreverence of popular culture

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INES RAE, Senior Lecturer in Photography, University of Central Lancashire, UK

Inés Rae’s work is exhibition and publication based, using photography and text to explore representation, femininity, consumer culture and the everyday. Recent projects include Kurl up n Dye, an experimental magazine publication incorporating photographs and typography investigating the vernacular in British high street culture. She studied at Brighton Polytechnic, The Art Institute of Chicago and Leeds University. Based in the north of England since 1993 she has shown nationally and internationally including Remote at Imago Lucis, Porto Portugal, Project 10 00 22 Stockholm and A Real Work of Art at Folly Gallery, Lancaster.

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