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The Photoville Film Festival: Canberra Lab « Previous | |Next »
January 21, 2014

The Photoville Film Festival was held from September 19–29 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York included work by the Canberra Lab curated by Ronan Moss & Julian Hobba It was entitled Canberraville and it was based on 100 Views of CanberraThis was part of the Centenary of Canberra festival.

Canberra Lab is a group of young architects and designers establishing a discourse within Canberra’s design community who were drawn together in a publication by local photographic exhibition space PhotoAccess. This is a public art gallery and the only community gallery space in the ACT dedicated to the photo based arts.

DykgraafJBureaucratic Machine.jpg Josh Dykgraaf, The Bureaucratic Machine, 2013

The 100 Views of Canberra offers a vast range of perspectives, skill levels, and aesthetic concerns and represent a cross section of contemporary Canberra life. T he name “100 Views of Canberra” sounds familiar to you, it is. The title is a take on the famous series called “100 views of Mount Fuji” by Japanese Ukiyo-e Katsushika Hokusa and it implies that Canberra can be viewed from many points of view in order to express an infinite variety of moods and nuances.

Another artist in the exhibition was the conceptual photo-artist Katherine Griffiths:

GriffithKComfort.jpg Katherine Griffiths, Comfort, from the series Caught in a Memory

This Canberra based emerging artist uses constructed narratives and cinematic lighting in her work.

| Posted by Gary Sauer-Thompson at 10:17 AM |