Early last year, I was invited to participate in the core program of the Ballarat International Photo Biennale to be held in Australia in September. Having not previously gathered the requisite momentum to mount a solo show of my work, this invitation was just the push I needed to finally make it happen. After settling on a theme for the show,tentatively titled Immediate Future, I threw together a little marquette of the room I was to occupy at the historic Ballarat Art Gallery and began figuring out what could possibly go where.
Remarkably, the photographs of the model became the perfect reference when we set about hanging the show a few days before the opening.
The gorgeous large scale prints were crafted by Brian Gilkes at Pharos Editions. And thanks go to Tugi Balog at Graphic Art Mount in Sydney for the great job with mounting and delivering the final works to the gallery.
More information on the Ballarat International Photo Biennale can be found here.
And stay tuned for more information on future dates for an updated and expanded version of the show in Singapore (late 2009) and Stuttgart (early 2011).