An alternate view of the Kingston Foreshore in Canberra
Fake News – Fake Views
an urban narrative
An exhibition of photography by
John Bardell – Susan Buchanan – Christoph Mueller – Carolyn Pettigrew
An interpretation of city scapes recorded by four experienced art photographers.
This exhibition invites the viewer to stop and respond to the details of the city that are lost in the everyday rush.
I am showing these and more images
October 18 – 29, 2017
at the Art Space on The Concourse
Chatswood, NSW, Australia.
It is a group exhibition by photographers from the Nebuli Arts group.
The Rocks at Night
The Rocks is an urban locality, tourist precinct and historic area of Sydney’s city centre. It is immediately adjacent to Circular Quay on Sydney Cove, the site of Australia’s first European settlement in 1788. On this side of Sydney Cove you find the Sydney Harbour Bridge while the Opera House is on the opposite side of the cove.
black and white lines
Visit to Central Park in Sydney
On Reflection – Distorted Cities
I have long been fascinated by reflections; reflections of the urban landscape. Every day we walk past the reflections on buildings, on cars, on the water. But do we taking notice? Do we listen? What are they telling us? I find that reflections have a strong influence on my emotional response to the object. How about you?
The reflection is one of the many faces cities present to us. At times it provides a view of a city scape never to be repeated. It provides a different, often distorted view.
An afternoon in the City of Sydney
I had 4 hours between events in the city; no point taking the train back home. So I took my camera along and wandered aimlessly through the city. Leaving the busy city centre I came to the botanical gardens. I could not help merging the city ladies with the aerial root system of one of the larger specimens in the gardens. I also found this rather different view of the Sydney Opera House.
I walked between skyscrapers and looked at reflections.
One of Sydney’s regular visitors, the Carnival Spirit was anchored at Circular Quay between the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.
By now it was time to visit the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) and the exhibition by Anish Kapoor; Sky Mirror, Untitled, C-Curve. For more information about Anish Karpoor visit Artsy’s Anish Kapoor page.
A panel discussion completed the day. Sorry, I recorded only the feet of the musician. On the way to the train station I took some parting shots of the city.