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Digital Screens - Markovič, Hassan, Yeo, Cassels, Cuthbert

When:

Fri 11 Jun 2021, 9:00am–5:00pm
Sat 12 Jun 2021, 9:00am–5:00pm
Sun 13 Jun 2021, 9:00am–5:00pm

Where: Ellen Melville Centre, Cnr High St & Freyberg Plce, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

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Palo Markovič
Maybe Tomorrow, as the series is named, unfolded as an observation of a specific aspect of life that could simply be described as waiting. "I used to hear the phrase frequently in Kenya few years ago, while working as a volunteer on malnutrition program. Being fed up with stereotypical portraiture of children and aid workers, I instead moved the focus on underrepresented group of people - the adults in civil service; these days, you might call them essential workers." - Palo Markovič

Nabeel Hassan
Movement focuses on the daily lives of people in the city and the constant flow of action, everyone has a place to be and we all are living in our own heads, most of us don’t take the time to pause and absorb the present. "I tried to give all the photos in my project a deeper layer of interpretation and let the viewer themselves find meaning in the photographs, but for me personally I feel my project effectively portrays the closeness of people and yet the extreme separation we all face, due to society moving at such a fast pace." - Nabeel Hassan

Phil Yeo
Created with the people of Tairāwhiti during 2020, SALT has been influenced by the collective experience of our time, COVID-19. The works consider the projection of the ’self’ into the world with the participants cognisant of the exploration. Together, the imagery seeks to provoke discourse on humanity’s predilection to preconceive and stereotype.

Julie Cassels
"We View Things Differently Now, is an introduction to a project I am about to undertake. I will be looking at extant equipment and early processes to better understand how the action of viewing has changed, with the progress of technology and social trends, throughout photographic history." - Julie Cassels

Simon Cuthbert
In Architecture of Waiting Simon Cuthbert returns to the environments of his youth in the moments surrounding his mother’s death to find traces of a spiritual connection glimpsed through the descending veil of mortality. Obsolescence and redundancy are declared in abandoned theatres, grandstands and landlines as some old themes are revisited while suburban picket fences resonant with biblical references. A unifying theme might be found the systems of hope, faith and belief rendered in the material world and suggestive of a more spiritual quest.

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