Summer Season 2014
30 November 2013 – 16 February 2014
The Australian Centre for Photography's Summer Season 2014 presents three artists, each highlighting the diversity of the photographic medium. This season will challenge your sense of privacy, examine our impact on the environment and help you rediscover your beginner's enthusiasm, inspiring you to get creative.
Eugenia Raskopoulos in her new interactive installation, Read Your Lips, uses face recognition software and image capturing technologies to explore the inherent contradiction in the operation of surveillance systems.
Peter E. Charuk uses photography and sound in Collateral Atmospherics: Lat. -34.82 Long. 149.40 to address the climate change debate and the qualities of a landscape, rapidly changing through human intervention. This visual experiment uses modified 3D technology to explore the concept of nature as experiential phenomena.
Garry Trinh’s Don’t Forget Your Beginner’s Spirit charts the artist’s progression from casual details to more abstract images. Trinh will also have a studio space within the gallery to create new work and by channelling his own beginner’s spirit hopes to inspire and be inspired.
Image Garry Trinh, Untitled, 2012. Courtesy and © the artist