Exposed: Human Rights & The Environment by Glenn Lockitch

Covering the twenty-five-year career of one of Australia’s leading photojournalists, Exposed examines the role of photojournalism in shifting the consciousness of contemporary globalised society. Showcasing key historical events such as the anti-whaling campaign of the Sea Shepherd (2009-17) to longer documentary projects such as the ongoing human rights issues of Indigenous Australians, Exposed considers the evolution of photojournalism from analogue film and published media to the free flow of images on the Internet and social media. The images emphasise the power of communicating social issues in our everyday and increases our awareness of the interplay of both subliminal and overt interpretations

© Glenn Lockitch
© Glenn Lockitch

Until 14 July 2018
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December

This group show centres on contemporary surf and ocean photography, focusing on four artists from the Central Coast, New South Wales, all early to mid-career photographers: Luke Shadbolt, Ryan Heywood, Spence Hornby and Reed Plummer.

'Untold Eurobodalla' takes a lateral approach to examining the multitude of ways that local residents contribute to the place they call home and shares their distinctive stories through photography, film, and the written word.

January

'The Essence' offers a unique, sensorial experience by combining soundscape, sculpture, video, and photography. The exhibition considers the subject of consciousness by challenging our views on reality and the origin of the universe.

February

Mike Reed’s exhibition, '3000 Streets', traces his near and far wanderings in the world’s arteries with odd servings along the way – some meatier bites than others, but always with a leaning towards the unusual and quirky.