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Fri 29 Jun 2012, 12:15pm–5:00pm

Where: Perth Centre for Photography, 18 Colin Street, West Perth, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Patricia Casey, Scented Gardens for the Blind:

Patricia Casey’s exhibition Scented Gardens for the Blind displays her artistic creativity in the form of black and white photographic prints on cotton, with embroidered details of metallic threads, and handmade lace. These works are firmly embedded in the tradition of photography forming a partnership with high end digital imaging and old world crafts.

Patricia describes her exhibition as “dreamlike landscapes hovering on the border where dreams and reality are blurred. They explore our ability to lose oneself and become immersed in a special place.”

Jo-Anne Duggan, Wondrous Possessions:

Wondrous Possessions is a visual and philosophical explanation that rethinks our engagement with material culture and history.

This is an exhibition of exquisite images of the historic palazzi constructed by the Gonzaga family in Mantua, Italy; the Palazzo Ducale, Palazzo Te and Palazzo San Sebastiano, as well as the state archives, Archivio di Stato di Mantova. This work depicts the monumental salons of these once private palazzi as well as the secret spaces that sequester and archive the wondrous possessions that speak both of the profoundly rich histories and remarkable inhabitants, as well as the ever shifting and re-shaping of history and historic architecture. Represented by The Colour Factory