Where I Stand - Outdoor Exhibition

Where I Stand - Outdoor Exhibition

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This winter, visitors to Kambri at ANU will have their day brightened by the unforgettable images in Where I Stand – a carefully curated selection of artworks from six iconic Australian photographers – Michael Cook, Dr. Judith Crispin, Sarah Ducker, Murray Fredericks, Barbara McGrady and Michael Jalaru Torres.

The works will be shown on Exhibition Avenue, a new outdoor public art space set along University Avenue, launching on Monday, 27 July.

Where I Stand is a stirring photographic exhibition that tells visual tales captured simply but powerfully in single frames. These 24 intensely personal works take viewers into realms of transformation, rebirth, identity, history, nature, connection and the Dreamtime.

Where I Stand is curated in partnership with aMBUSH's long time collaborator, the Head On Photo Festival, founded in Australia by Moshe Rosenzveig OAM.
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Where I Stand - Outdoor Exhibition

Kambri at ANU, University Avenue, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia