Double Sidedness 2009

Double Sidedness explores the polarities of understanding and the exchange of knowledge that occurs when looking at a photograph.

The Double Sidedness series is based on the interest of the way in which a photograph functions as an archival reference, focusing on how much our knowledge of history is framed through photographs. Much of our visual knowledge is based on the information that historic photographs provide, and to an extent has supported the common belief that a photograph is a true reflection of the way that something appears.

Exhibition History
Land/Scape. 25 August - 6 October 2012, Papakura Art Gallery.
Make/Shift. 9 September - 24 September 2010, St Paul Street Gallery.