Photography Series Exploring Bla(c)k Identity
A journey into the complexities of what it means to be bla(c)k in urban Australia today
American documentary photographer and filmmaker, Nate Palmer, is hosting an exhibition of his latest project, ‘Known Rivers’; a portrait series investigating and celebrating the diversity within the bla(c)k community in Sydney. The work ventures on a journey to better understand the complexities of what it means to be bla(c)k in urban Australia today.
Palmer shared how the project idea stemmed from a desire “to have people from all different backgrounds together in one space to celebrate the things we actually share.” By accompanying his visual works with respective audio interviews of the subjects, this exhibition seeks to foster a space that inspires conversation within and between communities.
DATES: 17-28 October 2018
GALLERY HOURS: Sunday - Tuesday, 11AM-5PM
OPENING RECEPTION: 17 October 2018, 6PM-8PM
LOCATION: 107 (107 Redfern Street, Redfern NSW 2016)
EVENT PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/events/544510659322594/
About Nate Palmer:
Originally from Washington, DC, Nate Palmer currently lives and works in Sydney. His work has been exhibited at the Gulf and Western Galleries in NYC and the FAMU Gallery in Prague, though ‘Known Rivers’ is his first solo exhibition.
Telephone: +61 423 846 912
The work will be on display at 107, an art space dedicated to creating positive social change and connecting emerging communities. An opening reception will be held, open to the public, on 17 October 2018 from 6PM to 8PM with a host of performances from local artists and complementary eats from Southern Soul, a local vegan soul food kitchen.