'Let Me Imagine You' Andrew Tension, 'Community Honour' Fiona Amundsen, 'All Killer' Jess Taylor


(Image: Andrew Tenison, Let Me Imagine You, Untitled 4, 2017)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: Let Me Imagine You by Andrew Tenison, Community Honour by Fiona Amundsen All Killer by Jess Taylor .

Opening on Thursday 20 July at 6pm
Exhibitions continue through until Sunday 13 August 2017

Exhibitions to be opened by Kate Morschel, Assistant Curator at Australian War Memorial.

Let Me Imagine You Andrew Tenison
An exhibition by Canberra-based emerging photographer Andrew Tenison. Rummaging through a second-hand shop, Tenison found a discarded photographic negative. This exhibition is a series of photographs created in response to that object. This project considers the role photography plays in memory and myth making, and how photographs can spark questions about the past and be used to interpret history. View the exhibition catalogue

Community Honour Fiona Amundsen
An exhibition by Auckland-based mid-career artist Fiona Amundsen using photography and video to explore the complexities of remembering the August 1944 ‘Cowra Breakout’ where just over one thousand Japanese POWs⎯ detained in a prison camp near Cowra New South Wales during the Asia Pacific Theatre of WWII⎯ attempted escape. View the exhibition catalogue

All Killer Jess Taylor
Adelaide-based emerging artist Jess Taylor explores the notion that, whatever their impact, images of violence do not work alone. It is the viewer and the subjectivities that each bring to images of violence that allow them to, and ultimately impact how, they bleed into reality. View the exhibition catalogue

Public program
Andrew Tenison will give an artist talk on Sunday 13 August at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.


(Image: Fiona Amundsen, Concrete Platforms, Cowra Prisoner of War Camp, Cowra (your spirits)
(detail), 2017, inkjet photograph, 100cmx80cm)


(Image: Jess Taylor, Portraits of Monsters (detail), 2017, lenticular print, 13x13cm)
(detail), 2017, inkjet photograph, 100cmx80cm)