Immingled: a photographic retrospective by Darron Davies

Upcoming exhibition for January 2018 at the Arts Hub:

‘Immingled’ – an archaic word for ‘blending or mixing together’ is a photographic retrospective by Darron Davies celebrating a range of photographic themes captured in recent years.

Friday 5 January – Wednesday 10th January
Friday 12, Saturday 13th, Sunday14th
Friday 19th, Saturday 20th, Sunday 21st
Friday 26th, Saturday 27th, Sunday 28th

Open: 11-4pm.
8a Tivey Street, Newstead
Contact: 0405 170 493

These photographs, largely abstract in nature, use digital and film to explore that fine and mysterious line where the representational and symbolic meet.
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Darron Davies is based in Castlemaine, a small regional town in central Victoria, Australia. Darron has exhibited widely in recent years working between digital and film cameras, producing landscape work as well as studio based photography. He has been a Finalist in the Blake Prize in 2013, 2015 and 2016. Darron’s photography has a meditative and reflective quality. Critics have use words such as ‘fragile’, ‘contemplative’ , ‘allegorical’ and ‘magical’ to describe his work. Darron believes that the best photographs are ‘breathed into existence’ – a term once coined by a reviewer in relation to his work – an attempt to find beauty and metaphor within even the most obscure of subject matter; finding a photograph where one may never have been found before.


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