Dimitri Launder

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Dimitri Launder is the UK-based artist, notable for its unique participatory photographic practice and creation and construction of cameras.[1] He has also used pinhole technology to create photographic images in a variety of pedagogic contexts.[2] He is an alumnus of Camberwell College of Arts and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Launder is a lecturer engaged in the dialogue about Artist Led Culture [3][4]

Launder is co-founder of artist led space AREA 10 in Peckham, London.[5] He has worked in artist project space, Dilston Grove (the deconsecrated Clare College church).[6]

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