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In relating closely to the term ‘Barocco’ meaning disfigured or oddly shaped pearl, the artist feels that so long as we are living, mortal beings, the openings to inspire us closer into who we are, may require the light’s counterpart of darkness to never desist.
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The Book of Fabulas & Scented Echoes

As Dr Bernhard Sachs describes it “The meeting of this [Drasko’s images] with the intense literary tradition of its South American corollary in Melbourne proposes a sophisticated larrikin poetic”.
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Venus Virgin Tomarz

The audacious and electrifying conceptual photography of Robert Earp focuses on the ‘surreal realness’ of transgendering with Venus Virgin Tomarz – Named after Earp’s ‘divalicious’ collaborator and muse.
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Steve Greenaway, Paris 01, photographic print on Hahnemule Torchon paper, 1030mm x 1250mm

A City Unpolarised

Shot over a two-year period in cities including London, Sydney, Paris and Auckland, A City Unpolarised overlays urban streetscapes with fashion shopfronts.
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Lisa Minogue, Ayah, 2015, digital photographic print

The Coloured Girls

The Coloured Girls presents high-fashion styled portraits accompanied by a response from each participant to the question, what do the words Coloured Girl mean to you?
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Narelle Cridland, 2015, Arnhem Land Landscape with Termite Hills


The eucalyptus tree becomes a self-portrait and a barrier as Narelle Cridland explores cultural identity, influences and boundaries.
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