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GET INVOLVED: Tim Noble & Sue Webster’s #PrettyCrap competition


Hayden Kay’s entry @HaydenKays: Space of waste is #PrettyCrap @BlainSouthern #TimNobleandSueWebster http://t.co/PXAL90Wz

Tim Noble & Sue Webster’s twitter competition ‘Pretty Crap’ coincides with their sensational exhibition nihilistic optimistic currently showing at Blain | Southern.

This competition invites you to share your own street composition by taking a photograph of something which could be seen as rubbish, junk or waste and in 140 characters or less, say why it inspires you and how it makes an ideal street composition. It could be a forgotten, derelict building or object, or just a pile of trash……

Please post your images onto the Facebook or twitter page using the hashtag #prettycrap

The competition will close on the 5th November. All entries will be judged by Tim Noble & Sue Webster in mid-November and a winner will be announced on the 16th November.
The winner will receive a signed copy of the Nihilistic Optimistic catalogue, and will have their winning image publicised online.

“Because you’re walking down the street and you see a bin bag with a banana skin on top of it, and you think, nice composition. We’re going around photographing them. There’s a rubbish bin that’s full, it’s teetering with junk and it’s a nice composition, so we came up with the term” Sue Webster


There are no limitations on what you choose to photograph, the street is your oyster.
One entry per person
All entries must be received by: Friday 5th November

TERMS AND CONDITIONS– including term that states that no offensive imagery will be published– Any images deemed to be offensive or inappropriate will be removed immediately and the participant will be disqualified from the competition.



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