Minnie Weisz


Minnie Weisz studied MA Communication Art and Design at the Royal College of Art and BA Graphic and Media Design at The London College of Printing. Since 2006, she has been turning buildings inside out in the UK and across Europe. Minnie Weisz has worked on Cultural heritage commissions in London and Croatia, documenting London’s King’s Cross, where she recorded abandoned interiors of Victorian warehouses and hotels, to rooms derelict and domestic across the City to interior riverside rooms at The London Film Museum where she was artist in residence in 2013. Weisz turned the medieval Motovun City Gate Tower in Istria, Croatia into a camera obscura installation in 2014. Working with an analogue medium format Hasselblad and experimenting with various long exposure times, Minnie Weisz specialises in the method and medium of camera obscura, documentary photography and film poems.