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Melbourne-based photographer and filmmaker James J Robinson launches his first solo photobook: a publication shot around Japan, South Korea and Australia that deconstructs the principles of contemporary fashion photography.
Shot primarily after midnight, only using available light provided by stores and streets that leave their lights on, AEVOE’s third publication ‘After Hours’ aims to recycle energy wasted on empty streets to act as the light source for a number of disparate fashion photoshoots.
With an influential cast and crew of collaborators who are all reshaping fashion constructs in their own cities, ‘After Hours’ exclusively champions the faces of models of colour; adovcating for a more intersectional approach to gender, race and sexuality in fashion model casting.
“The smart guy cast legends like Raenee Sydney and Madeleine Madden, alongside cool youths from South Korea and Japan, in immersive images designed to challenge the oppressive norms that exist within the fashion industry/whole world.” – Oyster
First copies of ‘After Hours’ will be available on the evening alongside a number of framed prints. $5 drinks will also be available.
Take an exclusive first look into ‘After Hours’ alongside an interview with James J Robinson here.
***This event is taking place on land stolen from the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nations. We acknowledge that Indigenous sovereignty has never been ceded and we pay our respects to elders past, present and future.***
|date||11th November 2016|
|time||6:30pm — 10:00pm|