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Stephen Iliffe

Stephen Iliffe is a freelance writer and photographer. He is active in several fields – from social justice to the arts – and has 30-year experience in blogs, websites, magazines, books, exhibitions, using text and images to bring stories to life. . Past clients include BBCTV, Channel Four, The Guardian, Audiovisability, Londonist.com, NCVO, disability charities, children’s book publishers, music labels.

Posts by Stephen Iliffe

Omiema Rowlings rests on her artwork

The eternal river: a fabric and glass installation tackles migration, memory and loss

Following an exhibition at the Fabrica Gallery in Brighton earlier this year Stephen Iliffe interviewed Omeima Rowlings to discover the background to her innovative experiments to combine fabrics and glass to stunning effect in a bold installation that dissolves artistic boundaries: 'A River Runs Through', an Unlimited (adminstered by Shape ...

Black and white photo of composer Waseem Kotoub , sitting at a grand piano

Stories of Syria: The Unheard World

Audiovisability’s stunning project The Unheard World pulls centuries-old classical music norms into new 21st century shapes paralleling a musical interpretation of stories of migration and displacement with creative sign language and visual renditions of the stories. Review by Stephen Iliffe Some cynics say classical music is little more than a museum ...