I went to visit the recent exhibition by photographer Simon Norfolk. The work is presented as a collaboration between the artist and a 19th century artist John Burke. This "collaboration" presents both Burkes orignal works alongside Norfolk's contemporary work.
Quote from Tate website:
"Norfolk’s photographs reimagine or respond to Burke’s Afghan war scenes in the context of the contemporary conflict."
I found this interesting juxtaposition of new and old engaging. Especially as I have been looking at some of the early context of photography and its relationship to overseas travel. Also it plays into my research based around the ideas of photography and its role in war and social change.