The exhibition the I am participating in with Gary is fast approaching. This is a first for me in several ways. I am exhibiting pinned silver gelatine prints The prints are from negatives that span 25 years plus of working in Melbourne’s industrial Inner north and I have never enlarged any of them before. I… Continue reading Fast Approaching Exhibition
Just stumbled on this online research journal. Very informative and designed well for all kinds of researchers. I have already created several PDFs that I can distribute to my students, as reading material. SaveSave
Another two days of productive activity sees me closer to the final edit that I hope will be about 12. It has been an interesting journey printing negatives made over an extended period. The oldest negative date from about 1992, the newest this year. In the next few days I shall begin the laborious task… Continue reading Counting down the days
This weekend at Federation square there was a Multicultural festival celebrating Buddha’s day. I wandered past on my way to the NGV Ian Potter centre and was compelled to make a couple of pictures.
This is year shaping up to be a promising one on many fronts. I am having a solo show that opens on the 9th of February 2018, and runs for a month. The show is titled ‘The natural, the constructed & the in-between’. It is being displayed at Sunshine Art Spaces, 2 City Place Sunshine,… Continue reading A look at the year ahead!
I am very excited to announce that this weekend, 2nd September and 3rd September, the Melbourne Photobook Collective will have a stand at the photobook fair as part of the 2017 Ballarat International Foto Biennale. I personally will be sitting the stand on the Saturday, swing by say hi and buy a book or three.… Continue reading Photobook Fair @ BIFB 2017
*When shared by great teachers. I had the good fortune to attend a workshop run by one of my teachers from my University years this weekend. Here’s a short clip to give you a sense of how he thinks and teaches about pictures. Good fortune or common sense though its hard to tell. It was… Continue reading The Gifts of Good Pictures*