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YR.1 A Snapshot of Britain in the 21st Century was a national photography competition organised by Channel 4 Television and The Photographer’s Gallery.

“Autogeddon” was taken from a vantage point over-looking the busy Cambridge Road/North Circular roundabout in North London during an evening rush hour. It was shot on a Pentax 35mm SLR camera using Kodak daylight film. The image was included in an exhibition of short-listed entries held at the Photographer’s Gallery in London during June/July 2001.

“The photographs in the exhibition are a visual Doomsday Book surveying the nation during a period of great economical, technological and cultural change and represent the creative and imaginitive way that the country sees itself.”

The competition was judged by photographers Elaine Constantine, Ken Lennox, Dennis Morris, Martin Parr and Paul M Smith.

Posted: June 7th, 2001
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