‘Home’ is an interactive exhibition featuring the imagery of Australia’s own Oculi collective where viewers are able to populate and sequence their own custom Blurb book from the exhibited work. The imagery explores the concept of ‘home’ in both the literal and the abstract, offering a collective interpretation of ‘home’ as an idea.
Oculi is a collective of eleven of Australia’s most prestigious documentary photographers. Since its’ beginnings in 2000, the group continues to set the tone in Australia for the best in reportage and art photography and is the country’s premier destination for commissioning and purchasing work.
Its members are Donna Bailey, James Brickwood, Lee Grant, Claire Martin, Nick Moir, Jeremy Piper, Andrew Quilty, Raphaela Rosella, Dean Sewell, David Maurice Smith and Tamara Voninski.
Blurb is a creative platform that allows anyone with a computer to create, promote, share and sell their own bookstore-quality publication, photo books, magazines or ebooks.
Home will be on show from May 22 to June 10 as the featured exhibition at the 2013 Reportage Festival Hub, Cleland Bond. The hub is open day and evening is a part of the Vivid Light Walk.
May 22 at the Cleland Bond Building is the opening night and the featured date for the interactive installation, 6-9pm.
Where: Cleland Bond Building
When: 22 May – 10 June
Opening Night: May 22, 2013 6 – 10pm