The Big Nowhere

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Ended 04 September 2016
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The Big Nowhere 

Photographers Harry Culy, Robyn Daly & Maximillian Scott-Murray explore the worlds diverse social landscapes, responding to the notion of escapism in modern life, and the desolate comfort within.

Bridging the worlds of documentary and art photography, these artists utilise the photographic gaze to explore the quiet detachment found in-between moments, lost amongst a blur of social ebb and flow in this era of excess and impatience.

From their own detached locale’s around the world this show brings together a small snippet of the work the three have been creating over the past year and a half, capturing small clues to a number of larger story’s hidden between stolen moments of other lives lived. It contemplates the human detachment from this often frantic normality, and the subtle ways in which we all find our own piece of escape within it.

Harry Culy - www.harryculy.net
Robyn Daly - www.robyndalyphotography.com
Maximillian Scott-Murray - www.maximilliansm.com

Opening night August 5, 7pm
Music and dance, 9pm til late, courtesy of High Time

Join us early for lychee punch, Neua yaang and homemade chip'n'dip

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Sukhumvit 71, 5/2 Soi Pridi Banomyong3 Pridi Banomyong R Bangkok, Klong Toey

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