Three-hundred images are thematically grouped and displayed across ten TV screens in a visually rich, immersive exhibition of photography by Adrian Boddy. These works, gathered over the course of the artist’s career, depict portraiture, architecture, fauna and landscapes such as Hokkaido winters and Antarctic summers, as well as the arid Australian outback and cool coastlines. In their entirety, these captured moments provide a pictorial account of Boddy’s life journey as well as a look into the history of the medium.
Justin Arts House Museum
Until 2 December, 2018