The exhibition,"Azimuth", looks at earth and space in a series of visually spectaculor works by the two artists. Daniel Armstrong’s series of digital photographs are heavily manipulated grids of astronomical images sampled from the night sky with time exposures of a number of seconds using both analog and digital recording equipment. These grids are reconfigurations of those stars that impose such presence on one’s visual nocturnal experience of regional Victoria. James McArdle's photographs deal with the human sensations of being on the ground, in the landscape.
Joint co-curation and exhibition by Daniel Armstrong & James McArdle. The exhibition included the following artworks by Daniel Armstrong: Star Map 03 Infinity Star Map 01 Star Map 05 Star Map Cubic Star Map 02 Star Map Universe Star Map 08
The exhibition included the following artworks by James McArdle: Goad Glance Limn Welling Transom Azimuth Orbit Gush Plunge Radiate Slip The individual work 'Azimuth' has also been published in David Prakel, 'The Visual Dictionary of Photography', AVA Publishing SA, Lausanne, 2010
Field of Research
190599 Visual Arts and Crafts not elsewhere classified 190503 Lens-based Practice
Socio Economic Objective
970119 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of the Creative Arts and Writing
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