Monday, March 27, 2006

Uncertain Space

Following on from this:


Exhibition Opening:
Thursday 1st June at 6pm
Exhibition Dates:
Friday 2nd June – Sunday 9th July
Corbans Estate Arts Centre

In this exhibition, three photographers explore the notion of uncertainty. None of us know what tomorrow, next week or next year will bring to our lives. In each of the photographers’ images, metaphors are used to illustrate various internal waiting spaces we may find ourselves in. Places that may not make sense and lead to uncertain outcomes. The disempowering quality of the waiting room, altered perception through image distortion, and the ‘space’ a physical disability can confine us to, are all themes to be explored in this exhibition.
(This exhibition has been scheduled as part of the Auckland Festival of Photography).

Photographer/Liz March


Blogger Lulu said...

So this is the exhibit, eh? I would very much like to be able to see it. Are those your hands? What are you wearing on your wrist? How did you come to be involved with the photographer? Have I asked too many questions?

4:42 PM  
Blogger adagio said...

Lulu: yes, my hands. the 'stunning' piece on my wrist is a medical alarm - i knew someone would ask. i have known the photographer for 15 years, she is a personal/good friend. questions? fine. thanks for your interest.

5:10 PM  
Blogger Lulu said...

Ah, I thought it might be? But wasn't sure. I myself sport a stunning insulin pump. People think it's either a very large pager or an iPod that somehow plugs in subcutaneously. (Yeah, I never understood that last one.)

5:36 PM  
Blogger Sigrid Jardin said...

I recognized the med-alert button immediately. I just did research on them a few days ago for one of the women in my water aerobics class whose husband is having a medical situation. I wonder what yours is about. You have made many allusions to a medical situation of your own. Hope it is fixable - I worry for you. What a wonderful idea for a photographic exhibit. I hope they'll put up a web site sometime.

5:36 PM  

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