A circle made by following the natural curve in a line of shopping carts. Costco parking lot Goleta, CA. 6:00 am May 5, 2004.
Using an image data recovery program, eradicated data from used memory cards purchased from eBay is restored and saved. The disjointed appearance of the photographs are a result of the incompleteness in data, which produces fragmentation and hue shifts. Each individual image appears exactly as it was recovered through the restoration process. | [x]
Post is a crutch covered in thousands of smiles cut off the faces of models in catalogs. It stands on its own, a totem. - John Delk
The Colour of Money series
5, 10, 20, 50, 100
Digital prints on Matt paper, A2
"In early 2012, I was invited to take part in a curatorial initiative that saw a group of selected artists create work about Kororoit Creek, a major waterway of 80km in length in the North- West and Western parts of Melbourne, once home to the Wurundjeri people. Decades of settlement polluted the river, and many clean-up initiatives later it has still not recovered to its original state.
The following are objects I collected during my walks along the banks of the Kororoit. Collectively, they challenge manufacture of significance. The lost becomes the kept, inherently changing provenance and meaning, turning the disregarded into something preserved.” - Katrin Koenning | [x]
LiMEN, showcasing graduate work from the Bachelor of Fine Art, Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours), Bachelor of Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art (CAIA) and Master of Arts in Visual Arts (Fine Art) disciplines
Exhibition Dates: 29 November – 5 December 2013
Venues: River Studios, Sculpture studios, CAIA studios,
White Box Gallery, Photographic Studios,
Project Gallery, Webb Gallery. (All located at Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art, Southbank)
Open: 10 – 4pm, seven days from 29 November