This site is a repository for items about George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four.
It has been created by the documentary photographer David Dunnico for a forthcoming exhibition at Salford Museum and Art Gallery. © of all items remains with the original creators.

David Dunnico is a documentary photographer from Manchester, UK.
He works on long-term, carefully researched projects with a particular interest on social control. Exhibitions have included Memento Mori (2007, Salford Art Gallery), which looked at Victorian notions of loss and mourning “in a way that is infused with romance” – Manchester Evening News, and Sold Out (2008, Kiosk Gallery), which featured “Subversive photography examining the sinister undertones of advertising” – Metro News. His Reality TV about CCTV (2010 Royal Exchange Theatre) was exhibited alongside a new production of Orwell’s 1984 and reviewed as “relevant and articulate”.


About daviddunnico

Aye up – I'm a documentary photographer from Manchester in the UK. This is an occasional blog all about me, me, me. Well actually it's just about my photography.
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