Sydney Biennale 2012

As part of my course at ANU School of Art, our faculty organised a trip to the Sydney Biennale, a major showcasing of contemporary art from all around the world. We only saw artworks featured in the MCA and the installation precinct of Cuckatoo Island in Sydney Harbour. The following images are of the installation works that I enjoyed the most, unfortunately I did not get the names of all the Artists in the showcase but I’m giving them full credit for the works pictured, they are each, absolutely stunning. These are a few of my favourites from the visit! Nicknamed: No girls just small dresses Nicknamed: Ramp from the world to the sky and back Nicknamed: The Avatar tree Nicknamed: My grandmothers memories Nicknamed: All my world’s a stage Nicknamed: Listen to the Wind

Why don’t you slide?

I have been busy shooting a few projects for university and in all this busy-ness mistakes are inevitable. I am documenting a space in the suburbs, trying to explore and discover the history of a large house. It used to be a drug den, then an un-official brothel and now it is a group house and church for a group of young christians. I guess the history as well as the strange, labyrinth space, room after room, corridors and staircases in the place, is what I’m interested in. I went in and shot a roll of 120 colour film one afternoon, and once I finished I coiled it up and lifted it out of the back, glancing at the label I saw not the normal c-41 process stamp, instead I saw something I’d never used before. I took it into a lab and asked what it was, turns out it was slide film. Slide film for those not reading as

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