States of Disruption, a new exhibition of the work of twelve Australian and international artists, opens at the Centre for Contemporary Photography in Fitzroy, Victoria on 13 August.

© Anouk Kruithof, ‘Aquatronic’ 2019-2021.

The images on display investigate the destabilisation of the image and the self in the post-truth age, through the catalyst of photography in the ‘now’. Works from the screen and photographic practices of the artists are set against the backdrop of the social, cultural and economic disruptions that have occurred over the last two years, as well as the ongoing re-evaluation of how the visual operates in a constant process of disruption. The artists involved are Mishka Henner, Kensuke Koike, Krerkburin Kerngburi, Anouk Kruithof, Danny Lyons, Ali McCann, Kent Morris, Rebecca Najdowski, Tommaso Nervegna-Reed, Izabela Pluta, Aaron Christopher Rees, and Danae Valenza.

Artist talks will take place at midday on Saturday 13 August and 3 September, the first featuring exhibiting artists Danny Lyons, Rebecca Najdowski, and Tommaso Nervegna-Reed and the second with Ali McCann and Aaron Christopher Rees. The exhibition will close on 9 Octber. Click here for more information.