Ended 17 October 2015
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The Jam Factory

A photographic installation by Patrick Brown of the vast open space of the West Australian landscape.

Brown sees hope, a concept that carries ancient allegories of opposites, as inextricably joined to doubt and uncertainty. The infinite horizon line delineates life. Hope and doubt move in the grey areas of these two divides. As a photojournalist, his work highlights the actuality of the moment, the action and the tension of human interaction and all its emotional implications. Humanity strives to survive through optimism. Doubt creeps in when a lack of hope leaves the door ajar. It is this fine balance, the constant shifting of borders that dictates our destinies. It is the lack of human evidence in Hope, its stillness, its thundering silence that heightens the inherent sense of visceral human emotion.

By Paola Anselmi
Contemporary Art
curator and arts writer

This is the first time that this unique installation has been exhibited and it is proudly supported by Bloom Digital Pro Lab & Studio and Ilford Imaging Thailand


 

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Khlong Ton Sai, Khlong San Bangkok 10600

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Khlong Ton Sai, Khlong San Bangkok 10600

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