Torz Dallison is a fine art photographer and darkroom printer.
She spent several years in NYC working as a documentary & street photographer. Political protests, fashion shows, bar mitzvahs… whatever the subject it was high energy and fast paced much like the city itself.
In 2018 while engaged in her photography MA at Brighton University, Torz reignited her love of analogue processes and darkroom techniques. She began to fully appreciate the quality of working in a slower and more considered pace favoring a large format camera.
There is a distinct difference in taking pictures and making pictures. Torz sees herself as a maker, with each stage of the image making process reflected in the final product of the hand print.
Regency Town House, Hove
2021 DATES TBC
Eleven, Photo Fringe
Like An Iris
Iris Photography Collective, Photo Fringe
Artwave Group Show
House of Juba Group Show
Unlimited Design, Brighton
21ST JUNE - 7TH JULY 2018
Archipelago Studio Group Show Brighton
Nope: The Women's March On Washington. Solo Show. Diana Kane, Brooklyn
28TH MARCH - 17TH MAY
Nope: The Women's March on Washington
Featuring over fifty images by Torz Dallison, Nope is a significant new publication to mark and reflect upon this historic day. Art historian Aliza Edelman, Ph.D., contributes an introduction to the book that examines Dallison’s feminist narrative in her pictures and portraits, and considers the impact of intergenerational communication and collaboration for our current political situation in the United States
This Is Thoughtful, January 2020.
Uprising: Photos documenting the anti-Trump movement
This Is Thoughtful, April 30th 2017.
The long march: Photos documenting the street protests in America