Tea (2012)

tea1 tea2 tea3 tea4 tea5 tea6 tea7 tea9 tea9 tea10 tea11 tea12 tea13 tea14   flyer  

11.12.15 Corio. 2012.

34.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

11.19.17 Corio. 2012.

34.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

11.28.34 Corio. 2012.

34.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

11.41.47 Corio. 2012.

34.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

11.41.47 Corio. 2012.

34.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

12.51.01 Hamlyn Heights. 2012.

34.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

13.01.18 Hamlyn Heights. 2012.

34.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

13.52.22 Corio. 2012. 34.3cm x 29.7cm

Giclée print on paper

16.01.56 Leopold. 2012.

34.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

16.04.01 Leopold. 2012. 3

4.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

16.32.09 Leopold. 2012.

34.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

16.47.58 Leopold. 2012.

34.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

19.30.54 Richmond. 2012.

34.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

21.34.21 Kingsville. 2012.

34.3cm x 29.7cm Giclée print on paper

     

Trocadero Art Space September 2013

Footscray Community Arts Centre June 2012

The notion of family has been explored substantially and it is generally accepted that families exist as per our own experience and definition. The family dinner for me represents both the ‘coming together’ as unit and, early childhood memories.

The familiar ritual of this scene has been resurrected through making this series. I photographed four immediate generations – two generations either side of myself – each in the space, as led by each subject, to where dinner is usually eaten.

Working to a particular process, all photographs were made on the same day.

This work is a response to both time and origin. It is an honouring, and also a documentation of the four generations around me - one iteration of my family.

I have attempted to recreate a contemporary version of a family dinner through this grouping of portraits. It is time for Tea.