GOMA, Brisbane "Cai Guo-Qiang: Falling Back to Earth"

Recently I visited the Gallery Of Modern Art, Brisbane (1 of about 3 or so times). I took a few photos on black & white Kodak Tri-x, 400 speed. 

I love how natural light and film go so well together. The dynamic range is also quite remarkable, compared too digital. Such a well balanced (lit) image.

 This display, one of the main exhibits on currently. "Cai Guo-Qiang: Falling Back to Earth"

This display, one of the main exhibits on currently. "Cai Guo-Qiang: Falling Back to Earth"

Read a bit about the history of the installation here and here.

I love architecture and art. I grew up drawing, cars, architecture (houses), cartoony thingys. Through school, I studied art, graphics, multimedia. After some time, I learnt photoshop and soon after that took up a camera. Disposable film at first, then digital, then back to film. And with film I'll stay (for now. Probably). 

I love black & white and I also love full colour (almost as much). I might be slightly obsessed with light. Fascinated how it works, bends, reflects, refracts off different surfaces, how it sets the scene (for a great photo, of course).

Check the gallery (GoMA) out sometime.