Folio: It’s 11:00am And I’m Still In My Dressing Gown by Jarred Mullenger

Jarred Mullenger is a Melbourne photographer whose art gives us an insight into his personal life, exploring the ideas of family and the domestic. Mullenger photographs the relations with his family and the surrounding space with an emotive aesthetic. ‘Its 11:00am and I’m still in my dressing gown’ focuses on the dynamics in Jarred’s family…

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Folio: Of A Man-Altered Landscape by Ethan Covey

Our second feature from photographer Ethan Covey is titled ‘Of A Man-Altered Landscape’ – a series of diptychs consisting of photographs taken during a recent visit to Providenciales, the most populated island of the Turks & Caicos archipelago. Unlike most photographic views of the area, the work doesn’t focus on white sand and blue water;…

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Folio: Two by Rochelle Hansen

Rochelle Hansen is a Melbourne-based documentary photographer whose area of focus is the collision of humankind with the natural world, using photographs as a way of reconnecting us with the lost and forgotten relationship we once shared with the earth and its inhabitants. For this project, Rochelle looked specifically at the relationship between humans and…

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Folio: Discovering Locations by Rhiannon Hopley

Discovering Locations is a photo-series from Sydney-based artist and photographer Rhiannon Hopley: “Discovering Locations stems from my exploration in these lost landscapes, illustrating the hidden memory of our surroundings at a deeper, emotive level. Each work is titled with a name but also given the geographical coordinates of the location. This embeds a sense of…

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Folio: Owen Spargo

A New Zealander currently living in Melbourne, photographer Owen Spargo takes a minimalist approach to street photography, looking for the quiet moments – the pauses in life as he puts it… See more of Owen’s work at: Website / Instagram All images copyright Owen Spargo.

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