LEAH JING MCINTOSH: LIMINAL #1

 

 

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Rainbow Chan

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Caroline Garcia

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Ben Law

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Hoda Afshar

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Julie Koh

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Ra Chapman

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William Yang

Leah Jing McIntosh is a writer and photographer from Melbourne. She founded Liminal Magazine in 2016, a space for the interrogation of the Asian-Australian experience. In her photographic practice, she considers representations of the self, modes of agency and what it means to inhabit interstitial spaces. She uses a Hasselblad 500c to take film portraits.

Liminal is publishing their first print issue, featuring portraits of and conversations with Benjamin Law, Hoda Afshar, Julie Koh and William Yang amongst many others.

Join Liminal for their launch on March 21st, 7:30PM at Loop Project Space & Bar. More information here.

Photodust

Author: Photodust

PHOTODUST is an independent art and photography organisation based in Melbourne, Australia. We are a not-for-profit Asia-Pacific curation project. Our aim is to engage and encourage collaboration between artists, for the production and publication of photographic and lens-based art. PHOTODUST aims to establish a unique perspective toward visual culture. For this purpose, we are constantly searching for artworks that involve the use of photography and related processes. The rules are simple: all photographic and lens-based works will be considered. Our only requirement is that the work should be produced by artists born or based in the Asia-Pacific region. www.photodust.org (copyright details available here: http://peril.com.au/about/photodust/)

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