Architecture is considered as frozen music. However, the ripples in water that reflects surrounding buildings create unusual undulations bringing interesting movements in architecture. The photographs below capture some of those motions I photographed recently.
As soon as we knew that one of our photographs from Urban Curtain series is going to be a part of CLICK 2013 contemporary photography exhibition at Brunswick Street Gallery (BSG), we were thrilled to see it pinned on gallery walls.
When: 30th August - 12th September 2013
Where: Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne
Photograph from Urban Curtain collection
Size: A2 (594 x 420 mm)
Giclee Lustre Archival Pigment Print
All the efforts are truly satisfying seeing the Urban Curtain fine art print pinned among so many amazing works on the walls of BSG for CLICK 2013, an annual photography exhibition that offers a showcase of contemporary photographic work of artists from all around the world. If you are in Melbourne, do visit the gallery to see some refreshing and distinctive photography artworks.
Through Vin's Lens's Photography print 'Sydney at Night' is in the gift store of Rizzeria at The Rocks, Sydney. Also, there is a catalogue on display to see more. If you are in the area, do drop by. Wed-Sun 12-5pm.
Recently, we published an article on World Architecture News Metroblogs about the creative shell of RMIT Design Hub. It describes how the architect has achieved its design and the amazing opportunities it contains.
On 4th July 2013, our article 'Melbourne's Gallery of Graffiti' was published in World Architecture News Metroblogs. The graffiti and stencil artworks in Hosier Lane transform this back lane into an informal art gallery. A must see, if you are in Melbourne.
The article is also featured on WAN Newsletter dated 9th July 2013.
On 21st June 2013, our article 'In conversation with Rana Abboud, the Designer of Digitalis' was published in World Architecture News Metroblogs. Rana shares her story of making of Digitalis, her rattling art installation for Vivd Sydney 2013.
Warnings such as 'strobe effect on video', 'high sound level' can build the excitement, but Ryoji Ikeda's Test Pattern [No 5] is something to experience. The large-scale audio-visual installation is inspired by barcodes and binary patterns of computer programming data.
The black and white light projection creates a stage of 30m x 10m where the performers aka visitors can submerge and enjoy the experience.
Commissioned by Carriageworks and ISEA2013 in collaboration with Vivid Sydney, the installation is at Carriageworks until 1st July 2013.
On 14th June 2013, our article 'Vivid installations by architectural professionals' was published in World Architecture News Metroblogs. It captures some of the amazing installations done by architectural professionals during Vivid Sydney 2013.
On 7th June 2013, our article 'The facade as a canvas of light' was published on World Architecture News Metroblogs. It talks about the interplay of art and architecture as seen during Vivid Sydney 2013 festival.
Clicked at Arts Centre in Melbourne, through a fountain/ water-wall, these photographs seem like memories of childhood – a bit blurry but still vivid and colourful ...
Vin is a Sydney based photographer and travels in Australia and around the world for photography projects. He specialises in Architecture, Art, Fine Art and Time-Lapse photography. The images from his photography projects are available to purchase as Archival quality fine art prints and canvases...Read more