Marion Macalpine is a London-based photographer who combines art photography with community and political issues.
After a career in critical management research and teaching in the public and voluntary sectors, she is now using photography to raise and communicate critical concerns. These include the reconstitution of our public terrain as a marketplace, and how consent to this process has been managed, exemplified in the sell-off of the NHS. See the images from her travelling exhibition 'How come we didn't now?' under ‘Projects-political and social’. She also undertakes personal projects.
Note about ‘How Come We Didn’t Know?’:
This exhibition, about the corporate take-over of the NHS, is available to borrow if you can use it to help campaign to keep our NHS public.
See http://www.hackneykeepournhspublic.org for more information about this, and about the exhibition and where it has been shown to date.