bloodflowers by Damian Dillon
Damian Dillon is a Sydney based artist who works across photography, installation and video. Dillon’s Photomedia practice deconstructs digital and analogue processes to consider how representational practices over the landscape inform a postcolonial comprehension of place. Current research considers how the abject can be distilled into the photographic plane (both chemically and aesthetically) to enact affect in the viewer-subject relation.
Dillon has a Bachelor’s degree from Sydney College of the Arts, and a Master’s degree from the College of Fine Arts NSW. He has been a recipient of grants and prizes including the COFA Postgraduate Award, Australia Council New Work Grant, NAVA and Pat Corrigan Grant, Sydney Myer Fellowship and City of Sydney Cultural Grant. He has won the Blacktown Art Prize and his work is in the collection of Artbank . His recent studio residencies include Waverley, Sim Iceland and Megalo Canberra .He is a Co- director of Schmickcontemporary Sydney.
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