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Photospace Gallery

Photospace Gallery

Blend, 2009, Elly Freer
Dean Butters, Hollywood Film Still #1, 2010 film still
Aimee Fitzgerald, Girl Without, 2010, inkjet print
Katherine Griffiths, Her Divided Self (detail), 2010, inkjet print
Tyrone Mason, Bouncy, 2010, animation (High Definition video)
Amy McGregor, Untitled #4 , 2010, inkjet print
Alexandra Patterson, Lithgow - from the series ‘Nothing’s there’ , 2010, photographic print from digital file
Samuel Thow, Keith, 2010, digital 3D animated film
Andrew Babington, Outback (detail), 2011, digital print from photographic negative 65 x 97 cm
Sarah Bainbridge, camellia (detail), 2011, photographic print 76 x 76 cm
Kimberly Barnes, hematoma 1999 from the series Family Portraits, 2011
Jack Brandtman, Screen Tests, 2011, high definition video series
Thomas V J Crowhurst, WATERFORD - Renovator’s Dream, 2011, high definition video
Eamonn Gillian, Tether, 2011 , film trailer
Holly Granville-Edge, From memory, 2011, digital inkjet print
Gavin Jackson, Mitchell, 2011, inkjet print 70 x 100 cm
Diana Lawrence, still image from Goat and Yeti, 2011, digital 2-D animation
Dana Packham, Super Sheila (detail), 2011, digital inkjet print
Daniel Spellman, My Grandma, 2011, digital photograph
Simon Thelning, Adrift, 2011, animation
The Projected Image Symposium, Upcoming symposium to scope future research into magic lantern slide projection » read more
Digital Arts showreel» read more
National Photographic Portrait Prize Finalists, Recent Graduates Heather Corrigan and Charlie White selected. (Image: Heather Corrigan - McCaughey Street, Turner, 1959, 2012) » read more
Political cartoons forum and the launch of Dirt files, A decade of best Australian political cartoons opening Monday, 15 July » read more
Theremin Project and Revenant Media, (Image: Stanislaus Ostoja-Kotkowski - Wave (detail), 1975, etched stainless steel theremin antenna) » read more
BOMBALA DOCUMENT 2013, 3rd year Photomedia students present a documentary photography exhibition in Bombala » read more
Tina Fiveash snaps up People's Choice Award, Tina Fiveash - Twin Spirt 2013 Lambda print 73 x 99cm Courtesy of the artist » read more
Daniel Savage - Fluxability, 2013
Elliot Schultz - Embroidered Zoetrope, 2013
Erica Seccombe wins $20k Paramor art prize» read more
Apply now: Bachelor of Visual Art, Fairlie Pearce (ANU School of Art Printmedia & Drawing Workshop), Untitled (detail), 2014. » read more
Kieran Browne, Drawing Machine, 2015
Kristin Firth, Glass (detail), 2015
Octavio García Alvarado, 43 My Olmec Lord: The Jaguar King (detail), 2015
Shevan Gunesekera, Altruism, 2015
Mikhaila Jurkiewicz, Bamboo Sanctuary (detail), 2015
Caitlin Kozman, The Rifted, 2015
Sam Leheny, ...a bust, 2015
Janis Lejins, Doric Stacks #1 - #16, 2015
Darren Lloyd, touch, 2015
Roseanna Parkes, Dendrophilia (detail), 2015
Rachael Russell, Got A Kiss For Me, Rup? (detail), 2015
Hannah Axelsen, Stroud Rd (from The Drive series), 2016
Bec Bigg-Wither, Gemini Launch (detail), 2016
Katharine Hagan, Untitled, 2016
Prue Hazelgrove, Inheritance, 2016
Alex Hobba, Subtitles: A Paraphrasing of Kieślowski's Trilogy (detail), 2016
Emma Holland, Golden Age, 2016
John Lewis, Abstract Photography, 2016
Lillian Pedvin, April 13th 2015 (detail), 2016
Alexandra Poulos, Periphery (detail), 2016
Samantha Ristic, The Imperfect Banana Conveyer Belt, 2016
Claire Williams, Untitled 75 (detail), 2016
CJ Taylor - The Hut, Congratulations CJ Taylor, winner of the 2017 Whyalla Art Prize » read more

This exhibition space is located on the first floor above the main entrance to the School and is open to the public. Photospace primarily exhibits photographic work as part of the School of Art Photography and Media Arts Workshop activities.

Artists and curators who wish to use the space, please note that no sales commissions or space rental are charged but all other costs are borne by the approved exhibitors. This includes shipping, installation, publicity, insurance and opening/closing expenses.

Photospace proposals.

Photospace welcomes proposals from interested photo artists, curators and students at any time who wish to exhibit for a two week period. There is no formal set dates for applications.

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Contact

Jason O'Brien - Technical Officer and sessional lecturer, Photography and Media Arts and Inkjet Research Facility

Updated: 19 October 2017/ Responsible Officer:  Head of Office / Page Contact:  Web Publisher