Abstraction: Time, Memory and Space … by Benjamin Broinowski
26 August - 14 September
—Opening 26 August, Thursday 6-8pm (RSVP essential)—
Abstractions: Time Memory and Place is an exhibition by contemporary photographer Benjamin Broinowski. The abstract photographic works represent the dynamism and aesthetically captivating nature of seascapes, landscapes and interior-scapes through the use of abstractions; symbolism; atmosphere and mood. Broinowski explores how various abstract depictions of – scapes effect human psyche within a visceral and nostalgic context. The various abstractions of landscapes, seascapes and interior-scapes become a meditation on both the permanence and impermanence, the awe and the mystery of nature. This series explores how we experience landscapes, seascapes and interior-scapes within the context of time, memory and place.
“I like to use my camera to see the world differently. I dance with my camera to create beautiful abstractions. Abstraction I find is the best way to capture the beautiful and the mysterious” – Benjamin Broinowski
To be opened by Tanya Schneider, Fine Arts Educator and advocate of talented emerging artists.