Unsensored07 Now Showing

Unsensored07 opens tomorrow night!!

After many weeks of preparation, The Melbourne Silver Mine are finally ready to unveil their works to the public.

Unsensored07 is an exciting upcoming independent exhibition organised and run by a small group of photographic artists who practice and value work with film in this day of digital conveniences.

The exhibition will feature 12 artists, all with a very distinct style and will take place between 26th October and 10th November at Kerala Gallery in Melbourne, Australia.

What makes this show quite distinct is the fact that all works are on film
- considered a dying (if not dead) art form that carries a lot more spirit and tradition and has certain genuinity to it.

More importantly, is what this means on a social / environmental / cultural parallel that is really important.

Shooting film in an age where digital photography is readily available and is a lot faster, simpler, and more convenient represents the vinyl in the mp3 world, the live gig in the lap-top album culture, the bike ride to work amongst other things and strongly comments on the ‘more of everything / less substance in anything’ contemporary reality, uniformity and loss of personal touch, consumer based everything and loss of true genuinity.

If you are in Melbourne town in the next 2 weeks, do yourself a favour and pop in to see the exhibition. Redbubble has kindly assisted with our printing, so if you’ve ever wondered about the quality of their framed prints, here’s your chance to see it first hand.

Unsensored07 is now showing at Kerala Gallery
283 High Street Northcote Victoria Australia

Opening night Friday 26 October 2007
6pm – 8pm

We hope to see you there! :-)

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