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Location: dna projects | contemporary art 3 Blackfriars Street Chippendale NSW 2008 Australia
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Entry Fee: Free
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Official Opening 05/05/2012 5:00 am

This exhibition continues dna projects’ series of curated explorations of contemporary cultural and sexual identity. As part of the Head On photo festival, we present three mid-career artists working in photomedia, who interrogate representations of the human condition through diverse approaches. Melbourne-based photographer Heather Dinas presents an untitled series, from her new body of work The Space Between. It navigates the shores of intimacy and traces the fragile lines of relationships. Sydney-based installation and photomedia artist Jacq Sherry presents works from her Immerse Me series, featuring shadowy figures bathed in a liquid world, alongside her psychologically intense Untitled portrait series. Sydney-based artist David Corbet presents 3 works from his ongoing Serialworks project, featuring large, multiple-frame ‘strips’, evoking blown-up photo-booth sequences, where small changes of expression and movement accumulate into a composite portrait of the subject. He will also present a related single-channel video work, the iPhone project.

This event has concluded
Dates: -
Location: dna projects | contemporary art 3 Blackfriars Street Chippendale NSW 2008 Australia
Hours:
Entry Fee: Free
Exhibition Event:
Official Opening 05/05/2012 5:00 am

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