Anna Parlane
Can you wear a digital cloak? Kirsten Lyttle's 'Digital Mana' at Centre for Contemporary Photography, by Anna Parlane

Kirsten Lyttle, Gundulu/Emu Kākahu huruhuru, (Detail) (2018), Macramé cord (Cotton), Cotton twine, Digital prints on Fuji lustre paper. Dimensions variable 143cm (width) x 118cm (height) approx. Image Credit: Jack Loel.

Kirsten Lyttle, Digital Mana, Centre for Contemporary Photography, 2 February – 11 March 2018.

Kirsten Lyttle (Waikato, Ngāti Tāhinga, Tainui a Whiro) is a New Zealand-born, Australia-based artist who has built a practice on the intersection of photography and weaving:...

Kate Warren
Andrea Grützner, 'Tanztee and Erbgericht' at  Centre for Contemporary Photography, by Kate Warren

Andrea Grützner, Untitled 5, 2014. Courtesy the artist and Julie Saul Gallery, New York; Robert Morat Gallery, Berlin.

Andrea Grützner, Tanztee and Erbgericht at Centre for Contemporary Photography, 9 June – 23 July 2017

Writing in Artforum in 2004, Abigail Solomon-Godeau described the 'miniature guillotine' of the camera's shutter. The camera slices a moment in time from the world, removing it from its original context, but also potentially relaunching it as a new, transformed event. In...