Martha Madigan, <i>Saguro fallen (night)</i> and <i>Saguaro fallen (day)</i>, from the <i>Sonoran Desert</i>series, 2015, solar photogram/archival inkjet Sharon Koelblinger, <i>Ever/est</i>, 2013, digital pigment print Bruce Reynolds, <i>Cup (Trade #1)</i> and <i>Jug (Trade #2)</i>, 2015, C-type prints Bruce Reynolds, <i>Sar e Sangg (Trade #3)</i>, 2014, C-type prints Bruce Reynolds, <i>Oxania #1</i> and <i>Oxania #2</i>, 2015, C-type print, lino and plaster relief on panels Tamsen Wojtanowski, <i>Soma</i>, 2013, diital pigment print Marian Drew, <i>Black Creek, Moreton Island</i>, 2008, gilcee print on cotton paper Marian Drew, <i>Moon Drawing, Lake McKenzie, Fraser Island</i>, 2007, gilcee print on cotton paper Bryon Wolfe, <i>Fourteen plum years</i>, n.d., digital pigment print Bryon Wolfe, <i>First day: planting a tree at our new home, July 199;, From our favorite tree (the Weeping Santa Rosa), July 3, 2002; Wile pruning the plum tree, I pause to watch you through the window, November 30, 2002</i> from <i>Fourteen plum years</i>, n.d., digital pigment print Jille Mandel, <i>Looking at Elberta</i>, 2014, digital pigment print Dimitra Ermeidou, <i>Landscape of Recession</i> from <i>The Stryker Bullet</i> series, 2011, digital pigment print Harrison Walker, <i>The Gathering</i>, 2013, cyanotype toned with tannic acid Brad Jamula, <i>City of Philadelphia images</i>,2015,  digital pigment print (digital collage of segments of 25 images taken from a Google search for 'city of philidelphia' images) Christine Ko, <i>There's a Time and Place 1</i>, 2015, archival inkjet prints, foamcore Christine Ko, <i>There's a Time and Place 1</i>, 2015, archival inkjet prints, foamcore Christine Ko, <i>There's a Time and Place 1</i>, 2015, archival inkjet prints, foamcore Rebecca Michaels, <i>39°58'55'' N 75°8'58'' W</i>, digital pigment print (pages from the book) Kris Kelly, <i>Ridge Avenue</i> and <i>Haden Hall</i>, 2014, digital pigment prints Stephanie Lynn Rogers, <i>Mural by the Manayunk Canal</i>, 2014, digital pigment print Renata Buziak, <i>Rubus parvifolius...antioxidant</i> and <i>Euphorbia hirta... anti-fungal...</i>, 2015, archival pigment prints Renata Buziak, <i>Ipomoea pes-caprae... astringent</i> and <i>Centella asiatica... anti-inflammatory</i>, 2015, archival pigment prints Renata Buziak, <i>Sesuvium portulacastrum, Carpobrotus glaucescens, Ipomea pes-caprae</i>, 2015, archival pigment print Peter Thiedeke, <i>Halcyon #32, #37, #42, #17, #5, #21</i>, 2015, archival inkjet prints

Cast by the Sun (Brisbane)
29th July - 15th August

Cast By The Sun (Brisbane) is the first part of a two part exhibition between Queensland College of Art (Brisbane) and Tyler Art School (Philadelphia) academics and higher degree research students shown in Brisbane and in Philadelphia—including 32 photographers' works.

The premise of this exhibition is to investigate the role of place in artistic practice. More specifically, is there an assumption that place in art is somehow more evident in photographic form? This exhibition posits that the artists’ experience of place has created a different distinctiveness in each artist’s practice.

Co-Curated by Jay Younger and Byron Wolfe