Still Frame: Time Passing

Still Frame Time Passing

DENNIS KRATZ: Photomedia

Dennis Kratz are collaborative interdisciplinary artists (Sarah-Mace Dennis and Svenja Kratz) whose work experiments with the possible interactions between diverse disciplines including photo-media, film, sound, installation, performance, interactive environments and critical and creative writing. The series Still Frame: Time Passing developed from a residency undertaken in the remote NSW town of Hill End in 2004. The images utilise the metaphor of ghosts as carriers of historical narrative to explore issues of place, presence, absence and the passing of time.



The series consists of three photographic prints exploring the history of the regional town in Hill End (NSW) focusing on residents and events past and present. Still Frame: Time Passing #1, was short-listed for the 2006 Alice Art Prize and exhibited as part of Frames of Reference: Photographing Hill End, curated by Alison Bennett at the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery in 2005.
MATERIALS: Lambda Print
DIMENSIONS: 1000mm x 660mm

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