"It is not as a blackout from his own memory but to revitalise the missing parts, to allow himself and the viewer to fall into the image, to find oneself
"I did recognise the irreplaceable object and destroyed it and my embattled state of mind with America continues."
“I’ve been trying to transfer some of the states of altered perception resulting from opium use”
“The paintings are beautifully grotesque and at one with the human condition. The bubbling and fungal masses are crude stand-ins for our own nature of fucking, feasting and dying”
"It is thus, my most coveted photography book of the year in its qualification as unspeakable language and the glory of the potentially transcendental image."
I was, part of a youth culture, a movement. And I greatly embraced this liberating music and club life, which was in such stark contrast to the posy-dressy 80s.
Allison Rossiter explains her darkroom experimentations with expired photographic papers, and the black and white abstractions that result. Connect to the ASX world! Like us on Facebook, follow us on