(Image: David Flanagan, Untitled #12 (detail), 2015, C type print, 2000 x 660mm)
PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery the first of our 2017 exhibitions: Move up to the Views by David Flanagan and Finlandia Hymn by Anja Loughhead.
Opening on Thursday 2 February at 6pm
Exhibitions to be opened by Ryan Johnston, Head of Art, Australian War Memorial.
Exhibition dates: 2 - 26 February 2017.
Move up to the Views | David Flanagan
Large scale photographs by mid-career artist David Flanagan. Inspired by the 1970s New Topographics movement, Flanagan’s images explore the outer areas of Northern Canberra destined to become new suburbs. View the exhibition Catalogue
Finlandia Hymn | Anja Loughhead
Emerging artist Anja Loughhead presents a series of documented performance pieces examining the photographic representation of Finland’s cultural identity and the deep-seated relationship to the landscape. View the exhibition Catalogue
Exhibitions proudly supported by Lerida Estate Wines.
Artists in conversation, Sunday 26 February at 2pm in the PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery.
(Image: Anja Loughhead, Finlandia Hymn, 2017, still from video, duration: 2:00)
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(Images left to right: Anaïs Tondeur, TCHERNOBYL HERBARIUM, 2011-17, Linum usitatissimum, Exclusion Zone, Chernobyl, Ukraine, Radiation level: 1.7 Microsieverts per hour, Rayogram. Suzanne Treister, HFT The Gardener, 2014, 2015, HFT/Botanical Prints, Rank 3: Microsoft, USA, Software & computer services)
PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Planetary Gardening, a group exhibition curated by Ashley Lumb and Laura McLean.
Opening on Friday 3 March at 6pm
Exhibitions to be opened by Professor Libby Robin, Fenner School of Environment and Society, Australian National University College of Medicine, Biology and Environment.
Exhibition dates: 3 - 26 March 2017.
Through varied photographic processes, Planetary Gardening examines symbiotic relationships between the cultural and the chemical, the organic and the technological, and the agency of human and non-human actors.
Bringing together the work of ten mid-career and established artists working nationally and internationally, the works explore how artists have tended to the ecologies of the environment, society, and subjectivity, and considers the effects of our collective cultivation compulsions in shaping our planet and ourselves.
Artists: Melanie Bonajo, Renata Buziak, Dornith Doherty, Merilyn Fairskye, Joe Hamilton, Janet Laurence, @san_kaido, Robyn Stacey, Anaïs Tondeur, Suzanne Treister. Curated by Ashley Lumb and Laura McLean
Exhibition proudly supported by
Planetary Gardening: Kids Digital Photography Workshop
In this one-day workshop kids will learn to explore their environment and get creative with digital photography, creating unique images inspired by the Planetary Gardening exhibition. When: Saturday 4 March 2017 10am-4pm Cost: $100. View full course overview
Curators Talk: Join exhibition curators Ashley Lumb and Laura McLean in the Huw Davies Gallery at 2pm on Sunday 26 March 2017. Free event. All welcome.
Summer 2017 courses and workshops
Classes in analogue and digital photography, studio lighting, landscape photography and alternative photographic processes, for all experience levels are now open for enrolment. Gain new skills, expand your knowledge, or learn new techniques at PhotoAccess this summer! Click here to find out more.
(Image: Sean Davey, South Curtin Oval, Canberra, 2011. Included in the 2013 PhotoAccess 100 Views of Canberra project.)
A 2017 PhotoAccess members' exhibition
The first PhotoAccess members’ exhibition for 2017, Common Ground invites our members to creatively document and interpret public space through photography. The physical and social dynamics of public space play a central role in the formation of community and culture. It is with this in mind that we invite new and existing members to creatively address the theme, Common Ground, through photography and photo-based art.
In the lead-up to Common Ground, we encourage members to take advantage of our courses and workshops. A full list is available online here. Working on film? Take advantage of our darkroom subscriptions and free access days, details available here.
Completed online entry forms and a payment of $30 are due by Friday 10 March 2017. Common Ground will run from 30 March – 23 April 2017 in the ‘Tall’ and ‘Long’ rooms of the PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery. Click here to enter.