A collection of photographic installations
Feat. sculptures by Troy Daniel
‘It was kind of like this’, is a collection of photographs shot over the course of seven days spent in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert during Burning Man, 2010. Cara Stricker’s images seek to explore the irony of the human experience within a natural, almost post-apocalyptic landscape. A space which is removed from commodity-driven communities. Burning Man’s ethos is anti-conformist. The images reflect the climate created by this ethos while also portraying individual expressions of time and personal journeys. All shot on film, the pictures remain unchanged and ‘naked’ to tell their own story.
LO-FI Collective is Sydney’s newest amazing pop-up gallery where the artists get to use the space for FREE and get 100% of the proceeds from pieces sold – a rarity in this city. Please support us, we are only around for another two months!
* NUMSKULL – 4th Nov
* YIMMY YAYO – 11th Nov
* CURVY LAUNCH by YEN MAGAZINE – 18th Nov
* MUSCLE UP by YEN MAGAZINE – 19th Nov
LO-FI Collective, above LO-FI Bar, 383 Bourke Street, Darlinghurst.