Showing posts with label worlds in collision. Show all posts
Showing posts with label worlds in collision. Show all posts

This We Are

Selected for the One Minute Artists Moving Image Festival, North Wales, 2018

The Road Ahead

Official selection for the Prosthetic Pavilion as part of The Wrong - New Digital Art Biennale November 2017 - January 2018

Blue Magpie Experimental Film Series, Taiwan 2017

My film 'Why is this happening?' is an Official Selection for this years Blue Magpie Experimental Film Series, Taiwan 2017. Shows September 27th in Hsinchu City...

Postcard from Gunnedah

Bob Georgeson, Postcard from Gunnedah, Photography, 2017

Gunnedah Oval with the behemoth of Coles in the background. Architectural crime...

Shut the great when you leave...

Bob Georgeson, Shut the great when you leave, 2017, Photomontage

Justice not Silence

Bob Georgeson, Justice not Silence, Photomontage, 2016

This graphic has been done for the exhibition 'Your Voice' to be held in As Suwayda, Syria, on the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on November 25th 2016. The exhibition is organized by UMA, an NGO supporting women. A little of the background...

A little bit of freedom
‘Under the regime of Assad this kind of activities was impossible. Now some militia groups are in control of As Suwayda side by side with the Assad regime, so there is a little bit of freedom. The police asked for the nature of this organization and they allow it,’ explains Aktham Abu Fakher, who fled Syria in 2014 because of his activities in human rights. Akthams wife, Amany Abu Daqa, organizes this exhibition on women rights. She started UMA some years ago together with some friends. All still live in As Suwayda. Akhtam doesn’t. Currently he lives in Willemstad, Curả«ao.

More information about the exhibition can be found here

It is an honour to be taking part in this exhibition in a place where humanity has been forsaken...

The Future

Bob Georgeson, The Future, 2016, Photomontage

Bob Georgeson, The Future (in situ), 2016, Photomontage