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What Does International Women’s Day Mean to Me 2019?

What Does International Women’s Day Mean to Me 2019?

Each year since 2012 Suzanne Phoenix has curated a photography project – What Does International Women’s Day Mean to Me?

Suzanne brings together a group of inspiring, courageous and often outspoken women to create a visual snapshot of the fierce, funny and extraordinary people who inspire her world. These are women who help build and celebrate the diversity that is the modern female voice.

This self published zine includes women who are providing touchstones for stronger, softer, more relevant female role models, some through gentle focused determination, others through grit, physicality and many through words and song. The women’s portraits are also pasted up as street art in Melbourne.

This project asks them all to answer the same question: What Does International Women’s Day Mean to Me?

Self published 2019. Printed and digital download available. Purchase: contact Suzanne Phoenix

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Whats the ugliest part of your body?

“Whats the ugliest part go your body?” is Stuart’s latest foray into self publishing. It is a 54 page self published book that examines the idea of of chance and coincidence. The pictures are made on the device on hand most often with him,  a smart phone. What makes the work cohesive is an editorial style that looks for patterns or recurrences of imagery after the images are made and then reviewed as a kind of archive mining.

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Shrouds, photographs of cars undercover, is available in two formats, an Artist Book, limited edition, and a general release. Shrouds contain stories and pictures from exhibitions plus more from my wanderings.

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The Ode to Food Series

Anne has been working on visual odes to the food that she loves. The Odes  include:

  • Ode to Garlic
  • Ode to Tomatoes
  • Ode to Salad Leaves
  • Ode to a Lemon

Each Ode is presented in a concertina form. This is the draft to the Ode to Salad Leaves.