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Christine McFetridge  Photographer & writer represented by M.33, Melbourne.

From #thewintergarden archive, 2012.

Pretty darn excited about this news! Huge congrats to the other finalists and thanks to the judges. 🎉

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CONGRATULATIONS to the finalists for the 2018 ANZ Photobook Award: + 'Craigieburn, it's not the same' by Yask Desai + 'Dream State' by Stavros Messinis + 'Huon' by Noah Thompson + 'I Want This Life and Another' by Robyn Daly + 'Image Ecologies' by James Farley and Jacob Raupach + 'Living with AIDS' (1988) by Fiona Clark, published by Michael Lett + 'Permission To Belong' by Tammy Law + 'ROYGBIV' by Kira Sampurno + 'Second Sight' by Sarah Walker, published by Perimeter Books + 'Six for Gold' by Jake Mein, published by Bad News Books + 'The Tensile Strength of a Heartstring' by Hannah Rose Arnold + 'The Winter Garden' by Christine McFetridge, published by Bad News Books + M.33.

Winners announced Sat 16 March at the @ccp_australia, Melbourne. Exhibition runs Thu 14 to Sun 17 March and visitors are invited to cast their People's Choice vote. Keep your eye on our feed as we preview each finalist over the next month.

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Revisiting my notes from #doingvisualpolitics, I came across this excerpt from ‘The Argonauts’ by Maggie Nelson and it still resonates so strongly for me: ‘Sometimes one has to know something many times over. Sometimes one forgets, and then remembers. And then forgets, and then remembers. And then forgets again.’

I’m looking forward to chatting about absence/presence, loss and new work with @aga_rayss and @lolamedel this week over on @womeninphoto. Follow along! 🥀

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We continue the series of #FFconversations here! #FFconversation is a visual dialogue built up here between 3 or 4 artists from all over the world, who have never met in real life. The selected artists decide between themselves how they structure their conversation. Next week we have a conversation between the following 3 artists:

Christine McFetridge @christinemcfetridge is a photographer and writer. Influenced by Roland Barthes, the ideas of seeking out familiarity after a traumatic event and tensions between absence and presence are ongoing areas of research and interest in her work, particularly following her experience of the Christchurch earthquakes.

Agnieszka Rayss @aga_rayss is a photographer from Warsaw, Poland. Co-founder of the Sputnik Photos collective @sputnikphotos. Interested in the post-soviet legacy of Central and Eastern Europe and in topics connected with its myths, history and its re-interpretation. She has also worked on themes of landscape and topics related to ecology. Her first works were dedicated to the pop cultural manifestations of the transformation. ----------
Dolores Medel @lolamedel is a photographer working with family stories, nature and human emotions. Interested in Latinamerican history and culture. She has been invited to participate in different exhibitions in Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia, Cuba, Chile, Guatemala, Unites States, Spain and Russia. Works as a freelance photographer and teaches in Universidad Veracruzana. Editor of Everyday Veracruz @everydayveracruz . —————
This Instagram is connected to the research project ‘Fast Forward: Women in Photography’. For more information, please visit the website (link in bio). #womeninphoto #fastforward

Reflecting on #doingvisualpolitics while missing Kathmandu very much. ✨


Walks around Nagarkot featuring hills, mountains and trees. 💘

First light of 2019 over the Himalayas.

Love your work, @mike_read_. 💕 #doingvisualpolitics

Tonight! Outcomes of the Doing Visual Politics Symposium+Workshop+Festival, produced by five groups comprised of 75 students from six institutions, will be exhibited at three venues around Patan (Khapinchen, Chyassal, and Naag Bahal). #doingvisualpolitics

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