Guy Grabowsky (AU)
Image: Guy Grabowsky, Disintegrated Surface, 2018. Courtesy the artist and STATION.
Image consumption is a part of our modern diet. Symbionts continues Guy Grabowsky’s exploration into the ways in which images are created, reproduced, deleted, edited, copied and pasted to create a warped perception of truth and reality. Literally translated from the Greek word for ‘living together’, the term ‘symbionts’ is used by Grabowsky to describe the co-dependence of analogue and digital processes in his photographic outcomes.
This exhibition was part of PHOTO 2021’s expanded program and can now be viewed online on the venue’s website.
PHOTO LIVE with Guy Grabowsky and Kiron Robinson
On Monday 21 September 202-, Australian artists Guy Grabowsky and Kiron Robinson discussed the post-indexical nature of photography, and how it can no longer be considered as a tool to document reality. Guy's exhibition Symbionts will be presented [...]