The work created from Zo Damage’s ‘365 Day Live Music Photography Project’ will be exhibited at Arts Centre Melbourne from 13-15 August.
For the project Zo Damage, one of Australia’s most accomplished photographers, set a task of photographing at least one act a day from 25 February 2016 for 365 days. As it turned out, it was a leap year so there is a bonus day of photos.
The 365 Day Live Music Photography Project was completed on 24 February 2017 and hundreds of photos from the project will be on display at The Kiln in Arts Centre Melbourne.
“The 365 Day Project is about dedication, resilience and determination. Every day for a year, you’d find Zo down in the pit, capturing the stories and the characters who form the narrative of Melbourne’s music,” says Helen Marcou of SLAM, Bakehouse Studios.
Helen will be the guest speaker at the sold-out official opening on Friday.
Zo Damage 365 Day Project Installation
New dates added due to popular demand
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