Phototropism

Phototropism

Step into the darkness and towards the light as the immersive visual art exhibition, Phototropism disrupts our notion of the photographic image in a time where the photograph is consumed so readily in the palms of our hands.

Explore the medium of photography as an object, with illuminating structures, projections, soundscapes and sculptures to destabilise the normality of the flat two-dimensional image.

Phototropism is an exhibition that sits alongside the event Electrotropism.

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Image credits:
Courtesy of the artist / Artwork: James Hornsby / Trapped / 2016
Joseph Burgess, ‘I hate fireworks’, 2021, tufted carpet, timber frame, 1600mm x 900mm
‘Glasshouses Chatswood’ by Christine Ko
Seamus-Platt ‘Love Thy Neighbour (No Matter What)’ 2022

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How to get there

Phototropism

The Old Ambulance Station, 80 Howard St, Nambour QLD 4560

Age/Access

All ages
Venue is wheelchair accessible