Orexart presents Andrew Curtis’ ‘Moonlight Mile’, first shown at Melbourne’s Blockprojects in February 2013 to critical review.
“Andrew Curtis’s large-scale monochrome photographs possess a planetary bent if taken at a glance. These stunningly lit, meticulously detailed images resemble towering mountains and vast lunar landscapes, uninhabited but for the photographic record and their long, cold shadows.”
G. Barnes: The earthly made unearthly, heavenly. Pure earth (dirt) staged and carved with the memory of a mountain. These images remind us of how we take for granted the quality of light of our Sun, with just a small ‘lunar’ shift in lighting – the world seems so much more remarkable.