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Madeleine Donovan, Bedroom Acrobatics

Madeleine Donovan, Bedroom Acrobatics

Madeleine Donovan has performed in several Australian circuses and this year worked with the Womens Circus in Ghosts at the Melbourne Docklands. Her photographs featured in the 2002 Summer Salon at the Centre of Contemporary Photography, Melbourne. Based in Canberra, she is studying honours at the Australian National University School of Art and is a circus and physical theatre trainer/director with Canberra Youth Theatre.

Koky Saly, Untitled, lambda print from series How Much longer Will You Live Like This 2003/2004

Koky Saly, Untitled, lambda print from series How Much longer Will You Live Like This 2003/2004

Koky Saly is a Melbourne-based photographer who documents her Cambodian community. The series was shown at We Call This Paradise, First Site Gallery, Melbourne in August this year. Saly was awarded the Gabrielle Emma Hayne Memorial Award acquisitive prize for great potential in photographic art in 2002 and in 2001 was named Student of the Year in the Experimental Category by the Victorian Institute of Professional Photography. She is an honours student at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

Tamara Dean, from series Friends

Tamara Dean, from series Friends

In 2003 Tamara Dean’s work was selected for Art and About, an outdoor photographic exhibition of emerging and established artists in Sydney’s Hyde Park–and shortlisted for the 2003 Josephine Urlich Portrait Prize. Based in Sydney, Dean is a staff photographer for The Sydney Morning Herald. Friends was shown in Reportage, Sydney’s annual photojournalism festival, 2001.

David Wills,  B3, 18 images of handknitted Bananas in Pyjamas found in Op shops, garage sales and markets

David Wills, B3, 18 images of handknitted Bananas in Pyjamas found in Op shops, garage sales and markets

David Wills, from B3, 18 images of handknitted Bananas in Pyjamas found in Op shops, garage sales and markets.
David Wills has had several solo shows, most recently Bird Fancier at First Draft, Sydney 2003. His work has featured in numerous group exhibitions including Amnesty International's Faces of Hope at Womad, Adelaide in 2003 and Proximity at Chrissie Cotter Gallery in 2002. He is studying honours in visual art at the Australian National University, Canberra.

David van Royen, David from series him self, CCP, Melbourne 2002

David van Royen, David from series him self, CCP, Melbourne 2002

David van Royen’s clutch, gear and silence series (video and still prints) was exhibited at West Space Gallery in 2002 and features in the latest issue of Photofile. Based in Melbourne, van Royen did an undergraduate diploma and Honours at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology where he is completing a Masters in media arts.

RealTime issue #57 Oct-Nov 2003 pg. 35-36

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1 October 2003
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