24.08.19-26.10.19 Exhibition: Light Matter

Dean Cross | Ellen Dahl | Lucas Davidson | Yvette Hamilton | Elena Papanikolakis | Ioulia Terizis | Garry Trinh | Amanda Williams.

24 August - 26 October 2019
Tuesday – Friday, 10 am to 5 pm 
Saturday, 11 am to 4 pm
Closed Public Holidays

ACP Project Space Gallery
21 Foley Street, corner of Crown Street
Darlinghurst, NSW 2010 

For the exhibition Light matter, guest curators Yvette Hamilton and Ellen Dahl present recent works by eight Sydney, lens-based artists. The current democratisation of image-making, where everyone is a photographer, has renewed discussions on artistic authorship and intensified the creative possibilities of lens-based practice.

Dean Cross, Ellen Dahl, Lucas Davidson, Yvette Hamilton, Elena Papanikolakis, Ioulia Terizis, Garry Trinh and Amanda Williams have considered the dynamics between the viewer, the artist and the photographic medium. In their innovative approaches to process and materiality — analogue, digital, hybrid or camera-less — these artists affirm that centrality of ‘the author’ is definitely not dead.

For the Exhibition brochure click here

To support this exhibition the ACP, in collaboration with University of Technology, Sydney, hosted Light matter: a symposium on contemporary photographic art practice on Saturday, 24 August 2019. The papers presented will appear in the next issue of Photofile #103

For the Symposium program click here

 

Government Partners:

NSW Government

This exhibition is is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.

City of Sydney

 

 

                                                              

Image: Dean Cross, Campers (2019). Archival ink on found photograph. Image courtesy of the artist.