Selection of prints from the Zo Damage 35mm film collection exclusively available to by in-store from Zo Damage @ QVM.
The Australian Music Vault opening exhibition now on in Gallery 1 at Arts Centre Melbourne. The collection is brilliant.
As you may have seen in a previous post, a seven meter print of one of my SLAM Rally photographs is part of this incredible installation.
SLAM Rally [III], Melbourne CBD 2010
Currently on show as part of the Australian Music Vault exhibition at Arts Centre Melbourne.
The 86 played a huge part in my 365 Day Project. With my car blowing a head gasket three months in, the tram became my primary source of transport in getting to gigs. The JANUARY mini installation at Therry St store pays tribute to this crazy and colourful tram line, Melbourne's mighty north and just some of the venues along the 86 route. FIVE DAYS ONLY.
Massive thanks to everyone for coming to the little ZD store this week to check out the ROAR: A Decade Of Drums mini installation celebrating drummers through photography spanning ... you guessed it ... a decade. Photos ranged from 2007–2017 (including shots of Rizzo from Blood Duster’s last ever gig, and, of Todd from King Parrot’s 170 Russell gig last Friday. Super fresh!
Woke up to the best email from Scotland …
I spotted one of your photographs on the wall of a house that I was viewing recently. I bought the house, but haven’t stopped looking online for the photo ever since! I didn’t know your name or your work, but today have finally found you, and the photo.
It’s The Loveless II, which the old homeowner bought at an exhibition of your work in Melbourne. I absolutely love it, it literally sold the house to me!
— Sarah, Scotland
Sarah has just bought a 20x30" archival print of said photo. Thank you for making the time to search for the photograph, for your wonderful email and awesome purchase.
The Loveless[ II] featured the Zo Damage EVE exhibition, shown at Besser Space as part of Leaps And Bounds Festival in July 2016.
Listen to Zo Damage talk about EVE and her 365 Day Project with Sky Kirkham on Radio National.