How have ideas about landscape changed in recent years? And how does the photographic imaginary influence our perceptions of the world around us? This exhibition brings together the work of three young, emerging artists whose works engage with contemporary notions of landscape and its photographic representations. Featuring a diverse range of technical and conceptual approaches ― including traditional documentary formats and new imaging technologies ― New Landscapes questions the place of humans within nature and the effect of expectations upon the experience of place and space.
Thomas Breakwell, Nicholas Umek and Andrey Walkling are all currently completing their studies in photography at RMIT. This is their second collaborative exhibition.