13 April to 9 May
Brenda May Gallery
My current work explores the act of looking: looking at people and the things that they look at. I am fascinated by the changes in physical demeanour, gesture and posture that occur when people look at someone or something of obvious interest to them.
I am particularly interested in moments where a physical change is wrought through the mediated gaze of the camera, especially when people let their cameras capture an experience for them and their bodies twist and contort to capture the perfect shot. These moments of change are fleeting and I, in turn, use my camera to record them.
The painted images I create from these observations retain their photographic influence whilst at the same time suggesting a clearly altered space.
Waratah Lahy, 2010
409b George Street Waterloo NSW Australia 2017
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Open: Tuesday to Saturday 10am-5pm (Closed: Sun/Mon, Public Holidays, Easter long weekend and late Dec to early Feb)
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