Chris Le Messurier (b 1985) is a photographic artist living in London, UK. In 2023 he completed an MA in Photography Arts at the University of Westminster. His recent research utilises AI tools and targets algorithmically-influenced aspects of our society. Being born into a generation that moved from analogue to digital practice, Chris is now interested in the ontological significance of the synthetic image and the shift from archive to dataset. Thematically, his image-works tend towards notions of ruin and fragmentation, asking us to consider our position in time. Recent projects have been exhibited in group shows internationally and in the UK.
Working as an educator (and trained as a teacher), and currently as a research assistant for the Global Photographies Network, he is interested in the functioning and underlying structures of society at both micro and macro levels.


2024 Archivo Lab selected participant

2022/23 MA in Photography Arts at Westminster University

Self-published zines/books:
2023 – The Emperor’s Sundial
2022 – A Tale of Yolk and Soldiers
2021 – The Hands the Shut the Sun
2020 – Earthly Monuments
2018 – Black Mountain White City

2024 – Jan 2024, PEP 01 group show, 254Forest, Brussels
2023 – OFFSET/SETOFF MA Graduation show at Ambika P3, London
2023 – Selected for PEP “New Talents 2022”, exhibition at 254Forest in Brussels
2022 – Group show curated by David Bate at Pingyao Photography Festival, China
2022 – MA work in progress show at Gallery West, University of Westminster
2022 – Selected for residency at Listafólkabústaður in Tjørnuvík, Faroe Islands
2021 – Work selected for Yogurt Magazine “Quarantine” Edition