Eliza Hutchison (AU)

Image: Eliza Hutchison, from the series [Just wanted you to know] (detail),
2020-21. Courtesy the artist.

Image: Eliza Hutchison, from the series Just wanted you to know (detail), 2020-21. Courtesy the artist.

South African-born, Melbourne-based artist Eliza Hutchison uses photography to explore how truth and meaning can be manipulated and hybridised. Her experimental approach involves various modes of in-camera and algorithmic abstraction. Hutchison has exhibited widely in Australia and Asia, with exhibitions including The National 2019: New Australian Art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales; Image-Reader, Centre for Contemporary Photography; Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria; and Artificial and Supernatural, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. Hutchison’s first monograph Family Photos was published by Perimeter Editions and was shortlisted for the Australia & New Zealand Photobook Award.

PHOTO 2021 Events

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