Exhibition: Lo-Fi Collective Feat. Angus Plate ‘End Of The Road’Posted By Marty Routledge | 3-Jul-2012
‘END OF THE ROAD’
Series l & ll
Two unseen photographic series from 2010 and 2011, explore the relationship that exists between the photographer, spray painter and forgotten landscape. The two series take the viewer right across the Australian continent and address ideas of waste traces and the unexplained narrative.
Thursday 05 July 2012
Opening starts at 6pm.
Open invite to all, complimentary drinks at 6pm.
Lo-Fi Collective @ The Standard
383 Bourke St, Surry Hills.
EXHIBITION IS FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY
Curator; Founder of Lo-Fi Collective, Self Est and GO FONT UR SELF*
Sydney-based curator, Marty Routledge, has worked predominantly with contemporary artists and designers from varying backgrounds with the intentions of exposing both notorious and lesser known artists to Australia. Stemming from his own 16-year graffiti career, Marty’s ties to the restricted artist networks are limitless. His interests lying largely in showcasing work developed by people from art forms that are often rejected by the institution, including tattooists, graffiti writers, street artists, sign writers, skateboarders, surfers, designers, and typographers.