The Australian Centre for Photography will open a new exhibition titled ‘From Hereon: posthuman, nonhuman, antihuman’ in its Project Space Gallery on 18 September.
© Liam Young, Still from Camouflage choreography, 2020.
This exhibition premieres works by creatives who share a common concern: how do we negotiate our presence in this contemporary world, and what are the influential technologies that direct the way we move forward? Using photography, moving image and imaging technologies as foundations, the display includes innovative music videos, digital simulations and virtual realities that speculate on our existence in the near future. The exhibition will run until 28 November, 2020 at 19-21 Foley Street, corner of Crown Street, Darlinghurst, NSW 2010. Entry is free of charge.
The centre will also run its Face-To-Face one day course ‘Creative Kids: Camera Craft For Youth’ for teens who are keen on improving their craft. Award-winning tutor Fiona Wolf-Symeonides will assist students in developing their creativity, as well as teaching them how to use their camera in full manual mode. In addition, the 2020 Photostart galleries from Term 1 and Term 2 can be viewed online now and details of upcoming Term 3 online courses have been released. For more information, visit www.acp.org.au.