A photo can smell of the city.
It can capture the push-pull, love-hate of life within it.
It can be candid, unplanned, unwanted, unremarkable,
yet synchronised, detailed, celebratory and momentous.
Some call it documentary, some call it art, others scoff and say snapshot.
Call it what you want, ‘Just Don’t Call it Street’.
In this exhibition members of the analogue film collective the Melbourne Silver Mine show you the way they see the urban, the way they feel the city.
MSM Presents: Just Don’t Call It Street
Part of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale Fringe Program
Saturday 20th August 2011 – Sunday 18th September 2011
Monday – Wednesday (open only by arrangement)
Thursday & Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 6pm
Featuring photogoraphs by:
Jock Blakley, Michael Carew, Dave Carswell, Andrew Cosgriff, Nicole Davis, Matthew Joseph, Iain Maclachlan, Ambre Pitt, Richard Plumridge, Karen Riley, Ahmad Sabra, Gary Sauer-Thompson, Deanne Smith, Paul Stoney, Marcus Visic, Lea Williams and Chris Zissiadis