Florida Hurricane Repair, Beverley Buchanan, 2009
Home Interior, Sheila Pree Bright, 2008
Self-Portrait, Tsuguharu Foujita, 1936
Any Morning, Margaret Baker, 1929
Tar Beach Story Quilt, Faith Ringgold, 1991
Attic Room, William Ratcliffe, 1918
Dance Hall, Clementine Hunter, 1955
Created by Hawkins Bolden
A Symbol of Solitude for the Imagination, Stephen Thorpe 2020
Comic by Antonia Stringer, 2020
An all Lego room made in 2017
A house made in 'the Sims' created by Kate Ducker
Souvenir II, Kerry James Marshall, 1997
David Brandon Geeting and Lina Sun Park
From the 'Kitchen Table Series' Carrie Mae Weems, 1990
In My Room, The Beach Boys, 1963
Series of 3 photos made out of boredom, Kente Kwame, 2019
Timekeeper, Sarah Sze, 2016
World Famous Crochet Museum, Shari Elf
Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Before Now After (Mama, Mummy and Mamma), 2014
Lara Jean's bedroom in 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before', Beatrice Mossman, 2020
This week we were lucky enough to receive a video from Southwark-based photographer and community organiser Bella Okuya.
In the video Bella presents Southwark Rooms participants with a photographic challenge around the idea of...


Questions to consider:
How do the rooms in your home reflect an interior part of you?
What room most represents an unseen part of you?
Are you going to photograph all of the room or just a part of it?
Are you going to approach it from a still life, interior lifestyle, portrait or any other genre of photography?
Will it be a series or a single photo?

Join us on instagram for a conversation about this challenge.
Or if you'd like to chat to someone about your work, you can text/call our project hotline +447896749760

Find out more about Bella's community photography collective Red, Rolled and Seen here.

Creative Inspiration: Bella Okuya
Creative Inspiration: Rachel Sale
This week, Rachel Sale, founder and co-director of Southwark based arts organisation F.A.T. Studio, made a short video for Southwark Rooms participants. In it she talks about her own approach to the project and how the way you choose to make a drawing can support the message within it.

Follow Rachel here.