OPENING HOURS
Gallery Hours
Wednesday—Friday
11am—5pm
Saturday—Sunday
12—5pm

In line with current advice from the State and Federal Government and leading health authorities, CCP is closed until further notice. Click here for more information.

Join Mailing list
Night Projection Window
Seven nights after dark

Cart (0)
Cart (0)

Items

Shipping
$
Total $0



Checkout
[1 / 3]

Arini Byng, 2020. Photo by Emma Phillips.

Moving Images
Arini Byng: (indistinct chatter)
1:1 1989 A bewilderment A Constructed World A Four Letter Word A Guide to the Flora and Fauna of the World A Library To Scale a man held A Manual for Small Archives A Performative Paradox A Study Of The Insignificant A Taste of Ashes Fills the Air A to Z of Health and Wealth A treasured private notebook Abstract Hypocrisy Advertisement After Images After the War Alice's Conversations in Cyberspace All Prize Winners Paraded All the Three Letter Words in the English Language All you knit is love Computer shoulders An American Index Of The Hidden and Unfamiliar An Effort Of Memory An Elegy to Apertures An unorthodox flow of images Ancestors Angels of the Bottomless Pit Angry Black Snake Aotearoa My Hawaiki Apókryphos Architecture Makes Us: Cinematic Visions of Sonia Leber and David Chesworth Archive 1980-99 Arini Byng: (indistinct chatter) Art Calls Art+FILM Artintact As I Gaze Aspic Astral Imbalance At the junction of twelve locations on Suomenlinna, Helsinki, Finland, November 2011 to February 2012 Australia Authority Awareness Babel Background Sex Bad Blood BananaMilk Basilisk and a Universe of Dirt Basta! Beater Beautiful Games Behold Beyond Beyond Setting Suns Beyond Xanadu Black on White Black Ships Black White & Grey. Photographic Studies (Photosheets) Bohemian Powderpuff Brain Tumour Helmet with Microwaves Brendan Lee Buildings Are Lonely People California Re-visited Call Of The Wild Can you hear me? Canal CCP 2012 Fundraiser CCP 2014 Fundraiser CCP Declares: On the Nature of Things Ccp Declares: On the Social Contract CCP Documentary Photography Award 2009 CCP Documentary Photography Award 2011 2015 CCP Fundraiser 2017 CCP Fundraiser: The Witching Hour Ccp Limited Edition Print 2008 CCP Limited Edition Print 2009 CCP Limited Edition Print 2010 CCP Limited Edition Print 2011 CCP Limited Edition Print 2013 CCP PHOTO FAIR CCP Photoblog CCP's 30th Anniversary Fundraiser Ccp Salon 2013 CCP Salon 2014 CCP Salon 2015 CCP Salon 2016 2017 CCP Salon Cecilia Sordi Campos: Tem Bigato Nessa Goiaba Cheap Flights Chronicles of the New Human Organism Citizens of the Park Clay Cameras Clearing The Mists Climbing The Walls and Other Actions Clunky Bits Colony Come to Me Compass Composite Realities Amid Time and Space: Recent Art and Photography Composite Realities Amid Time and Space: Recent Art and Photography Contagious Continuous Moment: Sordid's Hotel Continuum Counter-Space Couples Craters of the Moon Creator Cropped Cross Currents Crossing Paths with Vivian Maier Cry CU Cub Separated From Spooked Polar Bear Cultures - Landscapes Cusp and Cornice Custom Made Cuttings In The Forest Of Images Cyberspace Dance to the Radio Dark Matters: Selected photographs by Janina Green, Curated by Naomi Cass & Pippa Milne Darkness Loiters Databank of the Everyday and The Intruder Daydream de_ccp Defenceless 23° and Rising Digital Mana dis/appearance: waiting room #4 Disruption Domino Theory Don't go out walkin' Double Negatives Drama Dream of the Soft, Hard Look - The Masters Duelle Dumb Duration of Sense E-180 Ectomorphia I Edgewood: Aerial Photography Of New Suburbia Elsewhere Elysian Fields Emergence Empty Encyclopaedia Entre Nous: Claude Cahun and Clare Rae Entropia / Downtown Erysichthon's Ball Event Horizon Event Horizon Expedition Experimenta House of Tomorrow: Homepage 80/137 Faces Familiar Surroundings? Lost & Found Family Resemblance Fantastic Prayers Farm Fascination Fashioning Discontinuities Faux Thrills Fell Fictions Figuratively Speaking Filmtext First Jobs Flashlight District Flight 934-B Fluid Architecture Folded Colour Folding the Periphery For Future Reference Foto-ography French Pup Fresh From Paris From Here to Eternity From Our Members From Our Salon Prizewinners From Our Volunteers Fruits of Our Labour FX Geodetic Monuments Gloss Gone Gordon Bennett: Moving Images, Part One Gott's Treasure Graduate Exhibition Rmit Media Arts Graduate Show Great Expectations Guest House Habitat Habitation HACK WORK Hair in the Gate, a biograph Half Moon Hall Of Mirrors: Anne Zahalka Portraits 1987-2007 Hall Of Mirrors: Anne Zahalka Portraits 1987—2007 Hand in Glove Hi-Vis Dreams Highlights From The Permanent Collection Him Self How Much Longer Will You Live Like This I can see for miles I Can't Talk Now I Know You Despise Me For Not Being Stronger I Want To Swing On An Invisible Swing Ice Blink: Antarctic Photographs Ice Blink: Antarctic Photographs Iconoclastic Plastic if...so...then 2018 ILFORD CCP Salon 2019 ILFORD CCP Salon Illuminated Books Image Reader In a Cave Home In a Lonely Place In camera and in public In camera and in public In Cold Light In debt: saving seeds In Light In Response To Never Being Answered Again Inbtween Index Indirect Image Indri Pickle Lab, Mango Pickle Industrial Nocturne No. 2 In/Ex Infinite Image Information Narrative Inland Inland Installation Stills Installed In The Midst Of The Visible International Waters Internationally Unknown Artists Intersection Japan Portraits Je Toto Lokální, Nebo Národní Zvyk? Join The Dots Just a Girl Keep Clear Keep passing the open window Kodak Autumn Salon 2011 Kodak Salon Kodak Salon 2005 Kodak Salon 2006 Kodak Salon 2008 Kodak Salon 2010 Kodak Salon 2011 Kodak Salon 2012 Krater Crater Kulin Project La Toilette D'une Femme Labland CCP/City Of Yarra Billboard 2011 Super 8 films Lassie Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Award 2005 Leica/ Ccp Documentary Photography Exhibition + Award Leica/CCP Documentary Award 2005 Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Award Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Exhibition + Award L'homme dans les draps Like a clap of thunder Liminal line Lit from the Top: Sculpture through Photography Lives and Works in Melbourne Location Los Nomadas Del Mar Lose Lost World Love at First Sight Love Lucy LumpCD Lyric Theatre Mac Making Faces Making Models: The Collaborative Art of Wendy Ewald Man Walking/Man Running Material From Another Medium Maturing Maxwell Summer Salon 2000 McKeich Digital Art folio Melbourne Art Fair 2008 Melbourne Art Fair 2010 Memo Memory's Surface Men Undressed Meniscus Merge Nodes Metabody: From Cyborg to Symborg Metropolis Minimal Interventions Miriam Charlie: My Country No Home Mirror Miss Carmichael's View Mizuno D301 Mnemosyne, or Do Humans Dream in Negative Strips? Models Modus Operandi Mona Lisa Monster Move Tracey Moffatt: Art Calls Multiple Xposure Mutatis Mutandis My Australia Nail + Hammer National Housing Search <$250,000 Natural History New Branches on an Old Tree New Fragrance New Images, Works In Photocopy New Reading Order New Work: Expanded and Compressed Nightwalks 2004 Nikon Summer Salon Nikon Summer Salon 2001 2002 Nikon Summer Salon 2002 Nikon Summer Salon 2003 Nikon Summer Salon 2003 Nikon Summer Salon Nikon-Walkley Press Photographer Of The Year 2002—2006 That takes balls No Place Like Babylon No Vertical Song Nosegay Not Moving Not Only Skin and Fabric Not Really Aboriginal Objects in Life Objects Of Life Oh No Momento On The Line On The Road One Of Us Cannot Be Wrong One Thing Leads To Another One Word Movie Oneirophrenia Open-ENTRY Award and Competition Ophelia Bakowski: Embrace; A River Runs Through Orbital Orchestra of Rust Overhead Project (Galla Placidia) Owner-Builder of Modern California House Pale Worlds Pan No.2 (one step forwards, one frame backwards) Parallel Worlds Parasite Parkies of Old Fitzroy Parklife Parting Embrace Pass Perennial Perfect Strangers Perishable Goods Photocopier Photographs Photographs (Sun Series) Photography & Videos Photography Portfolio I & II Picture This as an Idea Play with Me Polar Convergence Portfolio Portraits from my Village Post War Retro Postcard from Tunis Poste Restante Precious Metals Presence between Alborz and Hekla Presented Pret-a-Porter - Infrastructure Spectaculaire Pretty Aprons & Getting Dollied Up Primitive Nostalgia Projection Window Proof Of Concept Props and Gesture Prowl Pruitt Igoe Falls Pursuit of Happiness Quality Photographs Queer Economies Quiver Radiolucent Rapt Rapt! 20 Contemporary Artists From Japan Rapt! 20 Contemporary Artists From Japan Rapture (silent anthem) Raw Backyard R+D Really Really Recent Animation Reflections Rehearsing The Landscape Relatively Speaking Remember Me I'd Never Seen Or Heard Anything So Clearly Made For Me Reservoir Reverse Wild Bunch Rhapsodia Rmit Media Arts Graduate Exhibition Rooms RSVP Ruang Mes56: Contemporary Photography from Indonesia Ruang Mes56: Contemporary Photography from Indonesia Rumba Sola Runes: Photography and Decipherment Santiago Breathing Scenic Themes Seeing System Selected Photography Selected Video Works 1999–2004 Selected Works Selected Works Selected Works Selections From Penumbra: Contemporary Art From Taiwan self-remembering-optimal viewing distance Sequence Set To Zero Sexinstereo shadow sites Shiver Shock In the Ear Side-effected Industries Sign Of The Times: The Fashion Photography Of Rennie Ellis Silent Ruptures Crowd Theory Sixth Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Award Sixth Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Award Skin Club Sky Views Sleeping Under a Motorcycle Not Sleepy Sleepwalker Softstyler Solid Estate Some Kinds of Duration Some Things Uncanny Somewhere Between Art & Design Sony Alpha Awards Exhibition Space that we are Span Specimen Spinning Stalker Standstill Still Counting (Don't Forget Me Again) Still-Life with a Whore Still Lives Storing Up Stranger Knocking Strangers In The(ir) City: Contemporary Vietnamese Photography Studies in Rising and Falling - Kiribati 2011 Studio Practice Pt 1 Sub Zero Summer Salon Suburban Fetish Suburban Stormtroopers Suck Roar Suddenly Slowly Summer Salon 1999 Surveying The Void Suspense Syntax 7.0 Take Care! The Phantom! Takin' a Shot Tanztee And Erbgericht Target Practice An American Index Of The Hidden And Unfamiliar Temoin Oculaire: Shelter or Prison: a meditation on incarceration and madness Thank You, Friends 束の間の、つなぎのようなもの - That is, like a brief moment to be filled The Art Bar 2018 CCP Fundraiser: The Art of Collecting The Art of Play The Art of Publishing: An Exhibition of MACK Books The Box Brownie Years 1956-58 The Chimerical Daughter The Chosen The Club The Copse, parts 2 and 3 The Dark Pool The Derwent Project The documentary take The Entertainer The Folly The Fourth Dimension The Good Cook The Great Leap Forward The Ice Shaver The Industry Of Working The Jess Trap The Lambs Of God The Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Exhibition + Award The Likes of Us The Measured Room The Memory Room The Mourners The Mutant Gene and Painted Coolade Sideshow The Neighbour's House The Occupation 2 The One Thousand Other Things The Poetics of Thresholds The Process of Feeling The Promise The Red Tricycle The Ribbon The Sievers Project The Sixth Mile The Sky After Rain The Spectre Smitten The Sta. Mesa Diaries The Sweetest Path The Terrible Boredom Of Paradise The Tuvaluan Project The Village The Wandering I The White Transformation Parlour The Window The World As One Photography From Germany After 1989 The Young Ones There Stands The Glass They stand outside looking at their house which looks at them in turn as future ghosts This Summer This Weather Thoughts of Self Three Angles Three Mile Creek Three Steps Removed Throw Brother From The Train Time and Distance Time Slice timespace04:timelapse2002 Torrent Tour of Duty Traits Transgression Travels with C.O.D. Trees In Space: The Reorder Of Things Trompe l'oeil True Self: David Rosetzky Selected Works Tsuka: An Exhibition of Contemporary Japanese Photography Turn on the Tongue Twelve Exits Uncle Bill Under A Tungsten Star Underpin Universal Language – alternate reality Untitled_ccp_archive.jpg Untitled Spaces Untitled (walking) Useby Vacillation Plate Vantages Video Diaries 32 Volumes Wait Not Want Walk In Silence Walker Evans: The Magazine Work Wall Drawing (window) Wall of Seahorsel We told ourselves we needed separate beds to sleep Wellington What Time is this Place? When I look outside the window my shoes creak When Nature Forgets When Our Horizons Meet Whirl White Collar Undone Why Take Pictures? Wild Boy Wild Thing Without Words Wonky Works from the Jeleni Studio Residency Worry For The Fruit The Birds Won’t Eat Writers' Block Yesterday's News Yiorgalletos Your Own Personal Mundaneum Taking it Blak Olga

Arini Byng is a Naarm (Melbourne)-based artist whose ‘body-based’ work is concerned largely with the affective qualities of materials, gestures, and settings to enter into socio-political conversations. Her 2018 work (indistinct chatter), a 12 minute and 58 second single-channel video, has previously been impressively exhibited in large-scale wooden scaffolding as part of group show A sinking feeling (the politics of risk) at Blak Dot Gallery in 2018. CCP is excited to show (indistinct chatter) online in full for the first time as a part of the web-exhibition series Moving Images. Below you can read dual responses to the work, switching between Arini Byng’s writing providing biography and context, and CCP’s image-reading perspective.

(indistinct chatter), 2018, single-channel video 12mins, 58secs. Musical score by Luke Howard.


Arini Byng: (indistinct chatter) is an intimate and personal work with only my father and myself on screen, in an improvised duet. We negotiate with each other's limbs, vulnerably and tenderly but also with the subtle tensions inherent in the discovery and exploration of cultural and familial themes. In the dance, that the piano periodically reminds us is taking place, the introduced objects serve as material juxtapositions to the soft limbs. Though more importantly, they serve as personal and historical markers for the dancers who must build their new forms around them.

Byng’s description of (indistinct chatter) as an ‘improvised duet’ is unlikely to take viewers by surprise. Subtle cues — the intermittent piano score chiming as if tuning or warming up; the slight sense of caution in Byng and her father’s hands — point to how the artists are discovering their movements alongside the audience. While improvisation is a central mechanism of the work, so too is the idea of the ‘duet’.

(indistinct chatter) is a duet in many senses. To the eye, in its physicality and dance shared by two figures. Through improvisation, it is a duet in authorship. While Byng has dictated the setting and aesthetics of the work, her father is an equal partner in the creation of movement. Moreover, the work is a duet in dialogue. Much in the way that single notes and fragments of melodies hint at a larger possible song, the full content of this exchange between Byng and her father is not clear to us. Audiences may find moments of comprehension, filtered through their own understanding of parent-child dynamics, but details of Byng’s own biography and relationship with her father remain private.

The emotional range of familial relationships and histories now common in our culture all played a part in my decision on what objects to include. I thought that they should speak of our nuclear family's particular two-household history, to the history of our family in Black America, and to perceptions of that history.

In a work that is aesthetically minimal, the objects chosen to fill the visual field are laden with meaning. The industrial materials handled over the 13 minute run-time of (indistinct chatter) are evocative of Byng’s family roots in manual labour as a means of income. Through the handling of cemented bricks and industrial wooden planks, this intergenerational meeting lets the audience in on an intimate but, as Byng indicates above, shared cultural experience. The rhetoric and mythos surrounding the notion of class ascent through hard work is common in Australia and the United States, as well as many countries with similar economies, cultural ideals and histories of labour. This can result in an inherent tension between parent and child, as they seek to reconcile their intergenerational class differences (and commonalities), which we can see played out in the co-authored choreography between Byng and her father. The intersections of class and race, already inseparable, are made even more accessible in the work with the added understanding of a little of the artist's biography.

My father grew up black working-class in the American northeast in the '50s and '60s. It was a time when American manufacturing and production were still centred in that region and anyone who wanted to work could find employment. Because of the colour of their skin however, for years his parents worked three jobs between the two of them before they could become home-owning members of the [Black] American Middle Class.

From Byng’s writing, it becomes clear that their duet mirrors one undergone by Byng’s father and his own parents, placing Byng and her father’s dialogue in a network of exchanges.

In carrying out this dialogue, the artist’s own arms and those of her father share the screen. Their bodies are cut off by the frame, though thrillingly, there are very occasional glimpses of a head or face. This abstraction provides an entry point for the viewer. We understand that Byng and her father are present and therefore speak from a complete and embodied position, yet (indistinct chatter)’s focus upon arms and hands as sites of action highlights the negotiations, holdings, and eventual embrace of the figures. In this way, Byng provides a visual vocabulary for the kind of negotiation and knowledge-exchange common to many, but in particular to those from Black working-class backgrounds such as the artist.

The introduced objects address not only this Black American history but also the personal histories of children from divorced households anywhere - exploring the possibilities, problems and potentialities of reconstructing relationships with an absentee parent. Constructing these explorations in the context of a dance returns the participants to their original state of pure co-dependence while also addressing cultural resonances.

The final few minutes of the video offer up the relief of Byng and her father’s hands finally meeting. After extended grappling with bricks and wooden planks, their arms meet to apply lotion. The two figures come together and tend to each other — an act of ‘doing’ that feels so constructive after watching the hands negotiate and understand the industrial materials. As Byng indicates in the first paragraph of this text, the objects “serve as material juxtapositions to the soft limbs”. Mirroring ideas of ‘public’ and ‘private’ life, all the more relevant as people’s work increasingly infiltrates their homes under lockdown, the tenderness and care of the application of lotion feels akin to the release of the end of the work week. While not necessarily judgemental or critical in her treatment of the symbols of physical labour, Byng’s eventual depiction of shared care-giving speaks to a reconciliation between generations, an answer to the otherwise potential alienation being negotiated throughout the work.

The title relates to a caption seen in films when there are multiple audible conversations taking place, but no particular dialogue is discernible...(indistinct chatter) is the noise of people who are taking no notice of a soundless, wordless exchange of information taking place in the foreground of the scene, to the left of centre stage.

In this work, Byng takes this background noise and brings it to the foreground. She acknowledges a conversation that is not often deeply examined, without reducing this exchange to a retelling for voyeuristic eyes. Through the abstraction of this improvised duet, we’re invited both to consider the specificity of Byng’s family narrative, and to investigate how we handle and share our own memories, experiences and relationships.

[1 / 3]

Arini Byng, 2020. Photo by Emma Phillips.

1:1 1989 A bewilderment A Constructed World A Four Letter Word A Guide to the Flora and Fauna of the World A Library To Scale a man held A Manual for Small Archives A Performative Paradox A Study Of The Insignificant A Taste of Ashes Fills the Air A to Z of Health and Wealth A treasured private notebook Abstract Hypocrisy Advertisement After Images After the War Alice's Conversations in Cyberspace All Prize Winners Paraded All the Three Letter Words in the English Language All you knit is love Computer shoulders An American Index Of The Hidden and Unfamiliar An Effort Of Memory An Elegy to Apertures An unorthodox flow of images Ancestors Angels of the Bottomless Pit Angry Black Snake Aotearoa My Hawaiki Apókryphos Architecture Makes Us: Cinematic Visions of Sonia Leber and David Chesworth Archive 1980-99 Arini Byng: (indistinct chatter) Art Calls Art+FILM Artintact As I Gaze Aspic Astral Imbalance At the junction of twelve locations on Suomenlinna, Helsinki, Finland, November 2011 to February 2012 Australia Authority Awareness Babel Background Sex Bad Blood BananaMilk Basilisk and a Universe of Dirt Basta! Beater Beautiful Games Behold Beyond Beyond Setting Suns Beyond Xanadu Black on White Black Ships Black White & Grey. Photographic Studies (Photosheets) Bohemian Powderpuff Brain Tumour Helmet with Microwaves Brendan Lee Buildings Are Lonely People California Re-visited Call Of The Wild Can you hear me? Canal CCP 2012 Fundraiser CCP 2014 Fundraiser CCP Declares: On the Nature of Things Ccp Declares: On the Social Contract CCP Documentary Photography Award 2009 CCP Documentary Photography Award 2011 2015 CCP Fundraiser 2017 CCP Fundraiser: The Witching Hour Ccp Limited Edition Print 2008 CCP Limited Edition Print 2009 CCP Limited Edition Print 2010 CCP Limited Edition Print 2011 CCP Limited Edition Print 2013 CCP PHOTO FAIR CCP Photoblog CCP's 30th Anniversary Fundraiser Ccp Salon 2013 CCP Salon 2014 CCP Salon 2015 CCP Salon 2016 2017 CCP Salon Cecilia Sordi Campos: Tem Bigato Nessa Goiaba Cheap Flights Chronicles of the New Human Organism Citizens of the Park Clay Cameras Clearing The Mists Climbing The Walls and Other Actions Clunky Bits Colony Come to Me Compass Composite Realities Amid Time and Space: Recent Art and Photography Composite Realities Amid Time and Space: Recent Art and Photography Contagious Continuous Moment: Sordid's Hotel Continuum Counter-Space Couples Craters of the Moon Creator Cropped Cross Currents Crossing Paths with Vivian Maier Cry CU Cub Separated From Spooked Polar Bear Cultures - Landscapes Cusp and Cornice Custom Made Cuttings In The Forest Of Images Cyberspace Dance to the Radio Dark Matters: Selected photographs by Janina Green, Curated by Naomi Cass & Pippa Milne Darkness Loiters Databank of the Everyday and The Intruder Daydream de_ccp Defenceless 23° and Rising Digital Mana dis/appearance: waiting room #4 Disruption Domino Theory Don't go out walkin' Double Negatives Drama Dream of the Soft, Hard Look - The Masters Duelle Dumb Duration of Sense E-180 Ectomorphia I Edgewood: Aerial Photography Of New Suburbia Elsewhere Elysian Fields Emergence Empty Encyclopaedia Entre Nous: Claude Cahun and Clare Rae Entropia / Downtown Erysichthon's Ball Event Horizon Event Horizon Expedition Experimenta House of Tomorrow: Homepage 80/137 Faces Familiar Surroundings? Lost & Found Family Resemblance Fantastic Prayers Farm Fascination Fashioning Discontinuities Faux Thrills Fell Fictions Figuratively Speaking Filmtext First Jobs Flashlight District Flight 934-B Fluid Architecture Folded Colour Folding the Periphery For Future Reference Foto-ography French Pup Fresh From Paris From Here to Eternity From Our Members From Our Salon Prizewinners From Our Volunteers Fruits of Our Labour FX Geodetic Monuments Gloss Gone Gordon Bennett: Moving Images, Part One Gott's Treasure Graduate Exhibition Rmit Media Arts Graduate Show Great Expectations Guest House Habitat Habitation HACK WORK Hair in the Gate, a biograph Half Moon Hall Of Mirrors: Anne Zahalka Portraits 1987-2007 Hall Of Mirrors: Anne Zahalka Portraits 1987—2007 Hand in Glove Hi-Vis Dreams Highlights From The Permanent Collection Him Self How Much Longer Will You Live Like This I can see for miles I Can't Talk Now I Know You Despise Me For Not Being Stronger I Want To Swing On An Invisible Swing Ice Blink: Antarctic Photographs Ice Blink: Antarctic Photographs Iconoclastic Plastic if...so...then 2018 ILFORD CCP Salon 2019 ILFORD CCP Salon Illuminated Books Image Reader In a Cave Home In a Lonely Place In camera and in public In camera and in public In Cold Light In debt: saving seeds In Light In Response To Never Being Answered Again Inbtween Index Indirect Image Indri Pickle Lab, Mango Pickle Industrial Nocturne No. 2 In/Ex Infinite Image Information Narrative Inland Inland Installation Stills Installed In The Midst Of The Visible International Waters Internationally Unknown Artists Intersection Japan Portraits Je Toto Lokální, Nebo Národní Zvyk? Join The Dots Just a Girl Keep Clear Keep passing the open window Kodak Autumn Salon 2011 Kodak Salon Kodak Salon 2005 Kodak Salon 2006 Kodak Salon 2008 Kodak Salon 2010 Kodak Salon 2011 Kodak Salon 2012 Krater Crater Kulin Project La Toilette D'une Femme Labland CCP/City Of Yarra Billboard 2011 Super 8 films Lassie Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Award 2005 Leica/ Ccp Documentary Photography Exhibition + Award Leica/CCP Documentary Award 2005 Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Award Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Exhibition + Award L'homme dans les draps Like a clap of thunder Liminal line Lit from the Top: Sculpture through Photography Lives and Works in Melbourne Location Los Nomadas Del Mar Lose Lost World Love at First Sight Love Lucy LumpCD Lyric Theatre Mac Making Faces Making Models: The Collaborative Art of Wendy Ewald Man Walking/Man Running Material From Another Medium Maturing Maxwell Summer Salon 2000 McKeich Digital Art folio Melbourne Art Fair 2008 Melbourne Art Fair 2010 Memo Memory's Surface Men Undressed Meniscus Merge Nodes Metabody: From Cyborg to Symborg Metropolis Minimal Interventions Miriam Charlie: My Country No Home Mirror Miss Carmichael's View Mizuno D301 Mnemosyne, or Do Humans Dream in Negative Strips? Models Modus Operandi Mona Lisa Monster Move Tracey Moffatt: Art Calls Multiple Xposure Mutatis Mutandis My Australia Nail + Hammer National Housing Search <$250,000 Natural History New Branches on an Old Tree New Fragrance New Images, Works In Photocopy New Reading Order New Work: Expanded and Compressed Nightwalks 2004 Nikon Summer Salon Nikon Summer Salon 2001 2002 Nikon Summer Salon 2002 Nikon Summer Salon 2003 Nikon Summer Salon 2003 Nikon Summer Salon Nikon-Walkley Press Photographer Of The Year 2002—2006 That takes balls No Place Like Babylon No Vertical Song Nosegay Not Moving Not Only Skin and Fabric Not Really Aboriginal Objects in Life Objects Of Life Oh No Momento On The Line On The Road One Of Us Cannot Be Wrong One Thing Leads To Another One Word Movie Oneirophrenia Open-ENTRY Award and Competition Ophelia Bakowski: Embrace; A River Runs Through Orbital Orchestra of Rust Overhead Project (Galla Placidia) Owner-Builder of Modern California House Pale Worlds Pan No.2 (one step forwards, one frame backwards) Parallel Worlds Parasite Parkies of Old Fitzroy Parklife Parting Embrace Pass Perennial Perfect Strangers Perishable Goods Photocopier Photographs Photographs (Sun Series) Photography & Videos Photography Portfolio I & II Picture This as an Idea Play with Me Polar Convergence Portfolio Portraits from my Village Post War Retro Postcard from Tunis Poste Restante Precious Metals Presence between Alborz and Hekla Presented Pret-a-Porter - Infrastructure Spectaculaire Pretty Aprons & Getting Dollied Up Primitive Nostalgia Projection Window Proof Of Concept Props and Gesture Prowl Pruitt Igoe Falls Pursuit of Happiness Quality Photographs Queer Economies Quiver Radiolucent Rapt Rapt! 20 Contemporary Artists From Japan Rapt! 20 Contemporary Artists From Japan Rapture (silent anthem) Raw Backyard R+D Really Really Recent Animation Reflections Rehearsing The Landscape Relatively Speaking Remember Me I'd Never Seen Or Heard Anything So Clearly Made For Me Reservoir Reverse Wild Bunch Rhapsodia Rmit Media Arts Graduate Exhibition Rooms RSVP Ruang Mes56: Contemporary Photography from Indonesia Ruang Mes56: Contemporary Photography from Indonesia Rumba Sola Runes: Photography and Decipherment Santiago Breathing Scenic Themes Seeing System Selected Photography Selected Video Works 1999–2004 Selected Works Selected Works Selected Works Selections From Penumbra: Contemporary Art From Taiwan self-remembering-optimal viewing distance Sequence Set To Zero Sexinstereo shadow sites Shiver Shock In the Ear Side-effected Industries Sign Of The Times: The Fashion Photography Of Rennie Ellis Silent Ruptures Crowd Theory Sixth Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Award Sixth Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Award Skin Club Sky Views Sleeping Under a Motorcycle Not Sleepy Sleepwalker Softstyler Solid Estate Some Kinds of Duration Some Things Uncanny Somewhere Between Art & Design Sony Alpha Awards Exhibition Space that we are Span Specimen Spinning Stalker Standstill Still Counting (Don't Forget Me Again) Still-Life with a Whore Still Lives Storing Up Stranger Knocking Strangers In The(ir) City: Contemporary Vietnamese Photography Studies in Rising and Falling - Kiribati 2011 Studio Practice Pt 1 Sub Zero Summer Salon Suburban Fetish Suburban Stormtroopers Suck Roar Suddenly Slowly Summer Salon 1999 Surveying The Void Suspense Syntax 7.0 Take Care! The Phantom! Takin' a Shot Tanztee And Erbgericht Target Practice An American Index Of The Hidden And Unfamiliar Temoin Oculaire: Shelter or Prison: a meditation on incarceration and madness Thank You, Friends 束の間の、つなぎのようなもの - That is, like a brief moment to be filled The Art Bar 2018 CCP Fundraiser: The Art of Collecting The Art of Play The Art of Publishing: An Exhibition of MACK Books The Box Brownie Years 1956-58 The Chimerical Daughter The Chosen The Club The Copse, parts 2 and 3 The Dark Pool The Derwent Project The documentary take The Entertainer The Folly The Fourth Dimension The Good Cook The Great Leap Forward The Ice Shaver The Industry Of Working The Jess Trap The Lambs Of God The Leica/CCP Documentary Photography Exhibition + Award The Likes of Us The Measured Room The Memory Room The Mourners The Mutant Gene and Painted Coolade Sideshow The Neighbour's House The Occupation 2 The One Thousand Other Things The Poetics of Thresholds The Process of Feeling The Promise The Red Tricycle The Ribbon The Sievers Project The Sixth Mile The Sky After Rain The Spectre Smitten The Sta. Mesa Diaries The Sweetest Path The Terrible Boredom Of Paradise The Tuvaluan Project The Village The Wandering I The White Transformation Parlour The Window The World As One Photography From Germany After 1989 The Young Ones There Stands The Glass They stand outside looking at their house which looks at them in turn as future ghosts This Summer This Weather Thoughts of Self Three Angles Three Mile Creek Three Steps Removed Throw Brother From The Train Time and Distance Time Slice timespace04:timelapse2002 Torrent Tour of Duty Traits Transgression Travels with C.O.D. Trees In Space: The Reorder Of Things Trompe l'oeil True Self: David Rosetzky Selected Works Tsuka: An Exhibition of Contemporary Japanese Photography Turn on the Tongue Twelve Exits Uncle Bill Under A Tungsten Star Underpin Universal Language – alternate reality Untitled_ccp_archive.jpg Untitled Spaces Untitled (walking) Useby Vacillation Plate Vantages Video Diaries 32 Volumes Wait Not Want Walk In Silence Walker Evans: The Magazine Work Wall Drawing (window) Wall of Seahorsel We told ourselves we needed separate beds to sleep Wellington What Time is this Place? When I look outside the window my shoes creak When Nature Forgets When Our Horizons Meet Whirl White Collar Undone Why Take Pictures? Wild Boy Wild Thing Without Words Wonky Works from the Jeleni Studio Residency Worry For The Fruit The Birds Won’t Eat Writers' Block Yesterday's News Yiorgalletos Your Own Personal Mundaneum Taking it Blak Olga


MOVING IMAGES

CCP is passionate about connecting with our communities despite physical distance, and amplifying the work of lens-based practices in Australia. Although our physical gallery is closed for the time being, we will be presenting a series of video works online via our website and social media platforms.

The series Moving Images highlights new and existing artworks from emerging and established artists. Works vary in length, format, and subject matter, but we hope they are unified in their ability to keep you feeling connected and inspired, and bring our communities together while we are physically apart.

Centre for Contemporary Photography Centre for Contemporary Photography Centre for Contemporary Photography Centre for Contemporary Photography Centre for Contemporary Photography