An exhibition by Indigenous photomedia artist Leah King-Smith and sound artist Duncan King-Smith, both Brisbane-based. The artists are using the gallery space as an experimental playground to create spatial and temporal associations with still and moving images, sounds, objects and light.
Presented through the PhotoAccess Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program.
Leah King Smith is a Bigambul descendant, visual artist and lecturer in the School of Creative Practice (Creative Industries) Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane. Leah’s career as a photo and digital media artist encompasses solo, collaborative and group exhibitions, community engagement, dance performance, theatre production, international cultural exchanges, book cover and story illustration and experimental film and video work. Leah’s current practice includes 3D animation technologies within a transdisciplinary collaborative praxis. Leah’s work is held in numerous Australian public collections including the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of NSW and the Queensland Art Gallery.
Duncan King Smith is currently completing a Master of Fine Art degree in Music with the School of Creative Practice (Creative Industries) QUT, Brisbane. Duncan’s career as a sound designer encompasses collaborations with a wide variety of artists and communities. To this current project he brings compositions drawn from his repertoire of original songs and extensive archive of environmental field recordings.