How the light gets in: Contemporary photographic practice

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How the light gets in: Contemporary photographic practice

Matt BUSHELL Urban exploration (Anti Social Social Club) 2016. Photograph on Hahnemühle paper, 60 x 90cm.

Matt BUSHELL Urban exploration (Anti Social Social Club) 2016. Photograph on Hahnemühle paper, 60 x 90cm. Courtesy of the artist.

Digital photography has revised our thinking about the role of the camera in contemporary culture. In the past, emulsion-based photographs—with their mechanics of production, aesthetic qualities, and vernacular uses—were largely viewed as representations of the real. Today, due to an array of digital tools, photographers can explore previously unimagined possibilities.

How the light gets in brings together artworks by local emerging and established artists that embrace these possibilities to stimulate the mind, emotion and imagination of the viewer.

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11 May - 1 Jul

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How the light gets in brings together artworks by local emerging and established artists that embrace digital tools to explore previously unimagined possibilities.

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