LIGHTSCAPES: Peripheral Vision: 2018 Robyn Beeche Foundation Prize Finalists

Amita Sur, Eden Row, Mark Hall, Cecilia Baker and Georgia Papagiannis

LIGHTSCAPES is a public art project that connects to the very fabric of the city—enriching, critiquing and reconsidering notions of audience, site and public space through art.

Art Exhibition previously on at RMIT Intersect in Victoria, Australia.
From Monday 23 July 2018 to Sunday 18 November 2018

Cecilia Baker, She was obsessed with moths, 2017  image Amrita Sur, The politics of my Body, 2018 image Eden Row, Danielle from Peripherals project, 2018 image Mark Hall, 'figure in white, Melbourne, 2018', 2018   image Georgia Papagiannis, I don't know where I am, 2018 image

Event published by anonymous on Thursday 19 July 2018.
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Peripheral Vision: 2018 Robyn Beeche Foundation Prize Finalists

“Peripheral Vision" brings together the work of the 2018 Robyn Beeche Foundation Prize finalists. In honour of the late fashion photographer’s unique vision and experimental capacity, students in their final year of study in the BA Photography program were selected for their inventiveness, sophistication, and responsiveness to the contemporary moment. The photographic works bring into focus what lies outside the direct line of vision, encompassing the dynamics of identity, memory, and social space.


LIGHTSCAPES located at Knox Place, Melbourne Central, Melbourne