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(Image: Ioulia Terizis, Slivers and Shard (detail), 2017, Gelatin silver photograph, 115.0 x 83.0cm)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Quanta by Ioulia Terizis, Suburban Spirits by Sean O’Connell and Failing to Communicate by Sabrina Baker.

Opening on Thursday 25 May at 6pm
Exhibitions continue through until Sunday 18 June 2017

Exhibitions to be opened by Erica Seccombe, artist and Lecturer Foundation at the Australian National University School of Art & Design.

Quanta Ioulia Terizis
an exhibition of photographs by Sydney-based artist Ioulia Terizis, exploring the intersection and analogies between light, drawing and sculpture. [inline:Terizis_Catalogue_FinalWeb.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Suburban Spirits Sean O’Connell
Using high voltage spark discharge imaging and X-Ray photography, Sydney-based mid-career artist Sean O’Connell explores the strange forces that move within the walls of our suburban homes. [inline:O'Connell_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Failing to Communicate Sabrina Baker
Emerging Canberra-based artist Sabrina Baker explores communication and visual language, and uses maritime signal flags, performance and video to comment on the transient nature of Canberra’s population. [inline:Baker_Catalogue_Final.pdf=View the exhibition catalogue]

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 18 June at 2pm. Free event. All welcome. If you missed the talk, you can listen to it on our Soundcloud channel here.

(Image: Sean O’Connell, Grandfather’s milling tool (detail), 2017, Arista Orthographic film, 10.0 x 12.5cm)

(Image: Sabrina Baker, I am dragging my anchor (detail), 2017, single channel video (still), duration 5:19)

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We need $1,500 to fund our Indigenous artists campaign. You can help. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible

PhotoAccess has a long history of supporting Australian Indigenous artists, and with your help we can continue this work. A particular focus of our support is through our Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program, which supports artists to exhibit work in our Huw Davies Gallery, with exhibitions coinciding with NAIDOC week each year. Your contribution will go towards the cost of delivering this program, assisting with the creation and presentation of Indigenous arts and culture.

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(Image: Brenda Croft & Kerry Reed Gilbert at the opening of Kerry's exhibition Spirit of Country, PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery, presented through our 2014 Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program. Photo courtesy Sean Davey)