An exhibition that explores ephemeral place as well as memory and place.
An experiment in terra forming and a minimal reimagining of the landscape. These geometric multi piece photographic sculptures create a whole new global landscape dipicting mountain ranges, natural formations and landscapes from Australia and beyond.
This exhibition explores the eerie ‘dieback’ phenomena of mass-tree extinction.
Canberra based film artist Louise Durham will work with Singaporean & London based film artist and archivist Lynn Loo to ‘stand in’ for her. This exhibition explores knowledge transfer as creative production through film and live performance.
New works exploring self portraiture as a vehicle to explore themes of identity, representation and stereotypes of “Asian” bodies in a western sphere.
Luminous Range is an exhibition of animated light-works, projection installation and lumen prints inspires by lighthouses and light-based semaphores, where light ‘speaks’, guides and protects.
Exhibition of new experimental works created in the PhotoAccess darkroom by the 2019 Double Exposure resident.
An exhibition of new works created in the PhotoAccess Darkroom by the 2019 Dark Matter resident.
A group exhibition presenting the works of 10 photographers who have worked with PhotoAccess and a professional photographer over 11 months to produce new work.
Now You See Me: Visualising the Surveillance State curated by Ashley Lumb presents the work of eight artists, whose practice aids to expose the usually obscured mechanisms of state control through a mix of photographic, textual, sculptural and filmic approaches.