Skin on wood
An exhibition and project for the forthcoming Pool app.
- Skin on wood
- In Australia, major modelling agencies agree put their models to work when they turn 16. In the meantime, keen to secure potentially lucrative contracts, many agencies have an "in development" section where hopefuls sit and wait. Some will make it, some won't.These girls find themselves in a precarious position- they are young and beautiful, but also young and impressionable.
A selection of recent Advertising campaignsAdvertising, Photography2012
A collection of recent editorial commissionsPhotography2012
Young people making old things trendy againPhotography2012
This Photographic and film project forms part of my ongoing personal body of work, focusing on ordinary Australians.
The "Riverside" film and photographic images were exhibited as part of the launch of the Pool collective (welcometothepool). The works were displayed inside a shipping container on Sydney Harbour in November 2011.Photography, Video Arts2012
Collection of scopes and shapesPhotography2012
An ongoing projectPhotography2012
Breathe is a body of work exploring the loss endured by widows whose husbands have passed away from exposure to asbestos.Photography, Storytelling2012
A study of Kirribilli's State Housing Blocks.Photography2013
All works © Christopher Ireland 2012.