- Sat 11 Nov – Sun 26 Nov, 2023
- Gallery hours: Thurs–Sun, 11am–5pm
- Articulate project space
- 497 Parramatta Rd, Leichhardt NSW 2040, Sydney, Australia (map)
- Past Events
- Opening 1: Sat Nov 11, 3–5pm
- Opening 2: Sun Nov 19, 11am–1pm (with Artist talk at noon)
- open late: Sat Nov 18 (till 7pm)
- Closing Reception: Sunday Nov 26, 3-5pm
I’m so excited to present another custom installation of my 6 Feet Apart series as a solo exhibition in conjunction with this photo festival. This typology documents the ubiquitous ground markers directing us all to keep 6 feet apart to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Presented on the floor and walls, it invites viewers to reflect on how our lives have changed due to the pandemic.
Opening reception images:
About the gallery
Articulate project space is an artist-run initiative — in Australia they refer to it as A.R.I. ! — in the US we would call it a nonprofit art center.
It’s a building with lots of soul that houses studios and galleries. Articulate supports “process without a predetermined outcome and provides a unique forum that can open a way for you to extend your practice. This could include such things as creating directions for new work, new collaborations and other forms of inquiry relevant to your practice.” There are 3 galleries in the building and my exhibition runs concurrently with “Reflections” by Liz Shreeve and “Shift” by Steven Fasan and Anke Stäcker
- Video Tour 2 – longer video where I talk in more detail. (10:04)
- My exhibition listings
- Articulate: Facebook, and Instagram
- Facebook event listing for opening
- Head On: Facebook, and Instagram
About the festival
Head On Photo Festival 2023 is a 22-day event across Sydney, Australia. The festival features over 110 exhibitions, 700 artists, and a variety of talks and events. Highlights include exhibition hubs at The Muse, TAFE NSW Ultimo and spectacular outdoor exhibitions at Bondi Beach and Paddington Reservoir Gardens.
Since 2008 the Festival has presented the work of emerging and established photographers from Australia and worldwide. It’s also a chance to learn more about the art of photography and meet other photography enthusiasts.
- The Daily Telegraph featured me in an article about the Jewish International Film Festival’s screening of the new film about Roman Vishniac. The film was co-presented with the Head On Photo Festival. (Pay Wall)
- View the article: PDF or JPG
Country/land acknowledgment statements: The gallery acknowledges the Gadigal and Wangal peoples of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the Country on which Articulate stands. I also acknowledge the Ramaytush Ohlone and Coastal Miwok people on whose land most of these photos were taken and the physical images were produced. Some images are also from Ainu lands in Japan.