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passage (2017)

Julia Scott Green

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Passage is an experimental photographic project on transience and the ephemeral. This work has emerged organically from collective experiences of rapid change, and the anxiety this generates. These fragile, untethered forms speak of our increasing transition into disembodied, virtual habitats. While the use of seriality and repetition refer to the machine, and a desire to compete with its perfection. These photographs are all produced through long exposures of backlit screens of cellphones and laptops, combined with landscape photographs that Julia has found online. Julia tends to exploring the relationship between photography, time and ephemeral by using intangible and illusory images. Creating cubes that constantly shift backward and forward while viewers looking at them. The floating cubes looks so real, at the same time they could disappear at any moment. Despite this, an ethereal visual language has been adopted to serve an antidotal function - an attempt to offer viewers a gateway to meditative contemplation.

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Julia Scott Green

Julia is an emerging Australian photographic artist living and working in Brisbane. Her practice spans documentary-style visual storytelling, photo-media image making and installation. She is currently developing a new body of work exploring the relationship between photography, light and the ephemeral. Her photography has been exhibited and featured in multiple art exhibitions in Australia. She studied photography at the Queensland College of Art, and has taught visual communication courses at The University of Queensland.

2017 - October Showcase - Bib ‘N’ Brace Collective, Brisbane, AUS

2017 - Cycle 10 Showcase - House Conspiracy, Brisbane, AUS

2016 - Home 2 (In Residence ARI) - BARI Festival, Brisbane, AUS

2013 - Saturate - Love Love Studios, Brisbane, AUS

2013 - Art Snack Pop Up Gallery - South Bank, Brisbane, AUS

2012 - Beasts of Burden - POP Gallery, Brisbane, AUS

2012 - Up Start - Griffith University Graduate Exhibition, Brisbane, AUS

2012 - Square One - Bleeding Heart Gallery, Brisbane, AUS

2011 - No Years X Nine Lives - Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane, AUS

2011 - Know Your Product - Nine Lives Gallery, Brisbane, AUS

2010 - No Longer So Linear - Queensland Centre for Photography, Brisbane, AUS

2010 - Last Days - Griffith University Graduate Exhibition, Brisbane, AUS

2010 - Forward Motion - Queensland Festival of Photography, Brisbane, AUS

2010 - First Prize, Photography Category, Young Art Award, Decorative & Fine Arts Society

2009 - P Is For - Joshua Levi Galleries, Brisbane, AUS

passage vi

Julia Scott Green

Passage is an experimental photographic project on transience and the ephemeral. This work has emerged organically from collective experiences of rapid change, and the anxiety this generates. These fragile, untethered forms speak of our increasing transition into disembodied, virtual habitats. While the use of seriality and repetition refer to the machine, and a desire to compete with its perfection.

These photographs are all produced through long exposures of backlit screens of cellphones and laptops, combined with landscape photographs that Julia has found online. Julia tends to exploring the relationship between photography, time and ephemeral by using intangible and illusory images. Creating cubes that constantly shift backward and forward while viewers looking at them. The floating cubes looks so real, at the same time they could disappear at any moment. Despite this, an ethereal visual language has been adopted to serve an antidotal function - an attempt to offer viewers a gateway to meditative contemplation.

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