From the exhibition Fire Country.
Materials: Burnt digital photograph on hahnemuhle paper in burnt Victorian Ash frame.
Mount Bold 1 - 500 x 500mm
Mount Bold 2 - 250 x 250mm
Mount Bold 3 - 250 x 250mm
About the Maker:
James Tylor's artistic practice specialises in experimental and historical photographic processes. He uses a hybrid of analogue and digital photographic techniques to create contemporary artworks that reference Australian society and history. The processes he employs are the physical manipulation of digital photographic printing, such as the manual hand-‐colouring of digital prints or the application of physical interventions to the surfaces of digital prints. James also uses the historical19th century photographic process of the Becquerel Daguerreotype with the aid of modern technology to create new and contemporary Daguerreotypes. Photography was historically used to document Aboriginal culture and the European colonisation of Australia. James is interested in these unique photographic processes to re-‐contextualise the representation of Australian society and history.
Available for shipment or collection from 7 July 2022.
Photos: Craft ACT
Craft ACT: Craft + Design Centre acknowledges the Ngunnawal people as the traditional custodians of the ACT and surrounding areas. We honour and respect their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this country and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region. We aim to respect cultural heritage, customs and beliefs of all Indigenous people.