Redbrick Culture and the UoB Photography Society capture our lives in lockdown, presenting the ways daily life has changed, encapsulating the moods lockdown is producing

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Redbrick Culture teams up the University of Birmingham’s photography society to capture the University’s mood while the UK is in lockdown.

We asked: if you could visualise how you feel during lockdown in a photo(s), what would it look like?

Here are some of the moods people captured.

Photo by Life and Style Editor, Elizabeth Winter

 

Photo by Franks Hayward (@franksh_)

 

‘I feel stranded, almost lost at sea without a life jacket from the university’ by Memoonah Hussain

 

‘I’ve been spending a lot more time working in my room recently, but I always stop and take a break in the evenings to watch the sun set.’
Photo by Rebecca Gelder.

 

Fragments by Luca Demetriou

Keep an eye out for our next diary-series, Quotidian (daily life).


Check out Culture’s Portait Photo-diary and Television Editor Catrin Osborne’s article exploring how photographers are adapting to life during the COVID-19 pandemic here.

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