James Kerr contributed two books to the Western Australian Photobook Survey. In 2008 James Kerr travelled to Thailand and the UK to re-connect with his origins. Primarily a journey to visit the town of his birth in Yorkshire, which he had not seen since leaving as a very young child, his visit took him to… Continue reading James Kerr: Journey and Monofreo
Coral Carter is well known for her active association with Mulla Mulla Press but she also has an intensive photographic practice concerned with the everyday environment that she lives in. She produced two books for the Western Australian Photographic Book Survey. Kalgoorlie 2010 is a self produced/self published wire bound book of 51 ink jet… Continue reading Coral Carter: KALGOORLIE KALGOORLIE KALGOORLIE KALGOORLIE and Kalgoorlie 2010
Photographer Sam Harris has produced both a handmade concertina book and a POD edition based on his Postcards from Home series. The latter POD version, Postcards from Home 2008 – 2011, was recently awarded the 2011 Momento Pro Photobook of the Year. Postcards from Home 2008 – 2011 by Sam Harris Based in Balingup and with… Continue reading Postcards from Home by Sam Harris
Annette Nykiel has produced the limited edition book May I tell a story? Nykiel works in photography and textiles. Based in the eastern goldfields, she explores changes in relationship to country, identity, place and belonging that occur when one’s ways of seeing and knowing are strongly influenced by another culture/s. Currently she is investigating possibilities… Continue reading Annette Nykiel: May I tell a story?
Layli Rakhsha works with photography, painting and printmaking centred on the landscape. The photographs in Behind The Waters are related to her experience of using digital camera and the idea of reflection. The photographs were taken during her residency at the Vancouver Art Centre in Albany, South of Western Australia in 2009. The work explores… Continue reading Layli Rakhsha: Behind The Waters