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Adelaide Festival: Visual Arts « Previous | |Next »
April 11, 2012

The Adelaide Festival of Arts was on whilst I was a phototrip in Tasmania. So I missed the visual arts program.

I was interested in seeing Parallel Collisions at the Art Gallery of South Australia as it was a presentation of contemporary Australian art. I was curious to have a look at the novella in pictures and words by Max Pam (photographer) and Robert Cook (writer).

CookPamyemen1993.jpg Max Pam, Yemen, 1993, silver gelatin print

I wanted to see how Cook and Pam developed the relationship between image and text as I was exploring this with my Adelaide book. They made it a collision --a modernist opposition.

| Posted by Gary Sauer-Thompson at 11:57 PM |