The works in the Liminal series continue my exploration of reductionism and objectivity in Photomedia art. The images are very much experimental in nature and rely on the powers of serendipity in their production.

Art Exhibition previously on at Catherine Asquith Gallery (Archived) in Victoria, Australia.
From Tuesday 24 May 2011 to Saturday 11 June 2011
Launch Thursday 26 May 2011, 6 TO 8PM

Untitled #33 image Untitled #15 image Untitled #70 image Untitled Lumingram #23 image Untitled Lumingram #25 image Untitled Lumingram #4 image Untitled Lumingram #14 image Untitled #38 image Untitled #10 image Untitled #59 image Untitled #60 image Untitled #73 image

Published by anonymous on Monday 16 May 2011.
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I create a set of technical and physical parameters, within which the process of creation can occur. Out of this system arise non-representational images that have no concrete referent, narrative or subject.

The subject is the images themselves; the viewer is therefore able to project their imagination onto the works – uninterrupted by a didactic representational narrative.

Since graduating with a Masters in Fine Arts and Design (Photography) from the University of Tasmania in 2002, Anthony has exhibited prodigiously, nationally and internationally. Anthony has also participated in a number of photographic art prizes, notably reaching finalist status in the “Kodak Salon” (Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne) in 2006.

He has also been awarded an “Arts Tasmania Wilderness Residency” by the Premier of Tasmania in 2001 and 2003. Anthony participated in the acclaimed exhibition “Dirty Old Town: Hobart Photographs 2003-2005” which was exhibited at the Burnie Regional Gallery (Tas.) and the Australian National University, Canberra in 2006 and 2007. Last year, he won the “Wrest Point Art Prize” for Photographic Media, and his work has been included in the large, recently released, compendium, “Look: Contemporary Australian Photography Since 1980” by Prof. Anne Marsh.

Anthony’s work is held in collections, both private and corporate, throughout Australia. the UK, and the U.S.

A luminogram is the resulting image caused by exposing the photosensitive medium to light without the intervention of an object. The light is modulated by varying the intensity through distance from the photosensitive surface, power of the light source, or by the use of filters or gels or motion of the light.