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Central Queensland Project

Central Queensland Project. A photographic exploration of a region in transition

Given the complexity of the modern economy, and the insularity of city life, many of us are becoming blind to the reality of what lies beyond the city limits. The Central Queensland Project is a photographic exploration of a little heard from, but economically powerful region.

Initially drawn to the unique visual characteristics of the area: cane fields, minescapes, impeccable suburban lawns, and the vastness of the land, the authors soon became aware of a transition taking place. As always, there is a generational change, but is there also an ideological one?

About the Photographers

Kelly Hussey-Smith and Alan Hill are Brisbane-based photographic practitioners who work both independently and collaboratively, seeking to tell stories of the human experience.

Kelly has won numerous awards and grants for her work, and exhibits nationally and internationally. She is currently immersed in a post-graduate project collaborating with individuals who grew up in care in Australia.

Alan Hill is a lecturer at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University in Brisbane. He is a former editor of the Australian PhotoJournalist magazine and involved in establishing Griffith’s Centre for Documentary Practice. Alan regularly exhibits work in Australia and abroad.

Central Queensland Project

Free

Event Details
Date: 23 July - 18 August 2013
Time: 9am to 10pm

Where is it?
Brisbane Powerhouse, Visy Foyer
119 Lamington Street, [by the river next to New Farm Park]
New Farm, 4005
QLD

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