sunkissed

11 May - 25 June 2022 at ACT HUB, 14 Spinifex Street, Kingston ACT 2604 (by appointment or during theatre performances)

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Sunkissed is an exhibition of cyanotype prints by Jane Duong. Cyanotype dates back to the dawn of photography and was invented by astronomer Sir John Herschel in 1842. Cyanotype prints are created with the use of a light-sensitive chemical mixture coated on paper, UV light and water to develop and fix.

 

Sunkissed is an exploration and celebration of the Jerrabomberra wetlands and old Causeway Hall in Kingston – through the magic of old and new photography techniques. Each print is handmade, some have unique borders, some created with a negative contact sheet, whiles others have been dipped directly into waterways; all are one-off prints.

Read review by Brian Rope