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Gabriel Van Ingen

Senior Lecturer and Subject Course for BA (Hons) Photography and BA (Hons) Commercial Photography
<p dir="ltr">Gabriel Van Ingen is Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for <a href="https://www.aup.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/ba-hons-photography">BA (Hons) Photography</a> and <a href="https://www.aup.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/ba-hons-commercial-photography-1">BA (Hons) Commercial Photography</a> at Arts University Plymouth.</p> <p dir="ltr"> Gabriel is highly experienced educator in the creative arts and an Ambassador for <a href="http://www.dockingstation.today/" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener">Docking Station</a>, a Netherlands-based photography platform, and was previously Editor at <a href="https://lumen.club/" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener">LUMEN</a> magazine of visual art and technology and Director of Nottingham-based artist studios and exhibition space, Secta Studios. His work has been exhibited across the UK and Spain.</p> <p dir="ltr">A PhD candidate with an MA in Photography from De Montfort University and a BA (Hons) degree in Photography from Nottingham Trent University, prior to his appointment at Arts University Plymouth, Gabriel acted as Course Leader for BA (Hons) Creative Practice at Derby College.</p> <p dir="ltr">Gabriel’s creative practice has a strong experimental focus, utilising a range of historical techniques and emerging technologies. Areas of special interest for Gabriel include using his practice to reconcile our relationship with the sea and a sense of disconnection between the longing towards a poeticised view of the sea, and our growing understanding of the environmental impact of human-induced environmental change and the strategic appropriation of our oceans. In 2013 Gabriel was commissioned by the Djanogly Gallery Nottingham to hand print black-and-white prints from negatives by British Photographer Roger Mayne for the exhibition <em>Saturday Night Sunday Morning: The authentic moment in British photography</em>, and in 2011 he was Artist-in-Residence for the Nottingham CAMRA Festival.</p> <p dir="ltr">With wide-ranging experience of working in Higher Education and international foundation creative programmes, Gabriel has also taught for over fifteen years, at institutions including Nottingham Trent University, University Centre Stamford, Nottingham Trent International College, Rotherham College and Peterborough Regional College.<br /></p>

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