This March I have been invited to take part in a week-long series of lectures and workshops at KASK, School of Arts Ghent.
I am beyond thrilled to take part in this event along with invited students and staff from Victorian College of the Arts (Melbourne, Australia) International Center of Photography (New York, USA) Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (Lucerne, Switzerland) KABK (Den Haag, Netherlands) KASK (Ghent, Belgium) and University of Tehran (Teheran, IRN).
Artists invited were: Patrick Waterhouse, Adam Broomberg, Erick Kessels, Leigh Ledare, Annelys De Vet and myself.
As part of Open Eye Gallery LOOK Climate Lab I have been invited to exhibit my work together as part of Land Art Agency.
The exhibition runs from the 9th of February to the 20th and also includes Land Art artists Louis Quail and Melanie King.
I am happy to start 2022 with a nomination to the Louise Roeder Art Prize for Sustainability. I have also been awarded ACAVA (Association for Cultural Advancement through Visual Art) Studio Fund.
Coming back from Paris The Pigment Change has been featured in the podcast L’Œil écoute, as well as in the magazines Lomography and Better Photography India.
October and November 2021 have been hectic months preparing for my solo display at Paris Photo at the Grand Palais Éphémère by the Eiffel Tower. The Pigment Change was very well received with features in Forbes, The Art Newspaper, El Pais, Sciences et Avenir, MONOPOL, BeauxArts magazine, FAD Magazine, The Eyes Magazine, Fisheye Photo Review amongst other media.
Below some photographs of the fair including the visit from the French minister of culture Roselyne Bachelot.