The things we own have a longer lifespan than we do — they are not bound by the temporary nature of sentient existence. Local photographic artist Ian Kemp explores this idea in Artefacts through two sets of photographs: the first comprising images of found objects in a found space, and the second comprising fine art-style images in a modern take on still life. The result is a curious and thought provoking work that asks viewers to ponder the fleeting and existential nature of life.
Ian Kemp is a Ballarat photographic artist who specialises in fine art photography. He has recently graduated with an Advanced Diploma of Photography from the Photography Studies College in Melbourne. He is also interested in music photography, portraiture, travel images, street photography and landscapes. In short, he is seeking interesting concepts and work that challenge his creativity. He has been part of a number of exhibitions in Melbourne, Castlemaine, Maryborough and Ballarat and has won awards at the state and national level.
Ian Kemp, The trouble is you think you have time, 2016, Canson Rag Photographique, 90cm x 90cm
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- June 26, 2017 - September 18, 2017
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