J.Christine Rowe “inherited’ her interest in photography from her mum and two uncles who were keen photographers taking stills, slides and 8mm movies. She has worked in various photo laboratories and studios in Ballarat and Melbourne as a printer and calibrator of colour. She also managed an art gallery and picture framers in Ballarat.
Having already won several awards, in the 2015 Ballarat International Foto Biennale her artwork was 1 of 12 chosen from 120 Fringe Photographers for the prestigious calendar judged by photographic curator and consultant Alasdair Foster.
Landlocked was a journey forced upon J.Christine Rowe between October 2017 and August 2018. An accident threatened to alter everything – 150 years of family history and generations of work, including new plans for her property. Emotions of fear, anger, uncertainty, vulnerability were her travelling companions on this journey, not to mention physical effects. These images are some of the representations of that journey.
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