Photo by Darren M. Edwards There are many approaches to abstract photography (also known as experimental photography, conceptual photography, or non-objective photography). The link, it seems, is the photographer’s desire to focus on the subject’s gaze – its lines, colors, sense of movement, etc. – until dissociation with the thingRead More →

Seeing the human body photographed in abstraction is an inherently stimulating experience. It’s sultry and familiar, but baffling and foreign. This contradiction is confusing and can give rise to ideas of disembodiment, amputation or abuse. The exhibition Parts of the body at the Art Gallery of NSW presents a selectionRead More →