It'll Be Fine Tomorrow
The National Museum of Photography, Film and Television has a million visitors a year. In 1994 students from Transition To Work created an exhibition for one of the galleries. Developing the basic photographic work around the theme of Self-Image, each student was given an empty glass cabinet. Using objects and photographs, each student designed down to the last detail exactly what went into the cabinets in order to communicate something about their own qualities and aspirations.
At the exhibition launch, Frank Emery described the changes that he had seen in his son David during his time on the Course. "Thank you for giving my son his dignity" he concluded.
The exhibition was due to remain in the Museum for 3 months. Because of its popularity, it remained for a further 6 months.