Angela Tiatia

January 17, 2017

Angela Tiatia

Angela was a John Fries Award finalist in 2016 for her video work, Soft Power. Her work juxtaposes perceptions of the social and economic impact of globalisation with personal observations of the effects of neo-colonialism and consumption on the private and public body.

Peggy Frew [Photo courtesy of Scribe Publications]

August 26, 2016

Peggy Frew

Photo courtesy of Scribe Publications

Myfanwy Jones [Photo courtesy of Allen & Unwin]

August 26, 2016

Myfanwy Jones

Photo courtesy of Allen & Unwin

A.S. Patric [Photo courtesy of Transit Lounge]

August 26, 2016

A. S. Patrić

Photo courtesy of Transit Lounge

Lucy Treloar [Photo courtesy of Pan Macmillan]

August 26, 2016

Lucy Treloar

Photo courtesy of Pan Macmillan

Charlotte Wood [Photo © Tobias Andreasson]

August 23, 2016

Charlotte Wood

Photo by Tobias Andreasson

Anne Zahalka [Photo © Nick Cubbin]

June 22, 2016

Anne Zahalka

I value having an organisation that protects and manages my intellectual property. Creating artworks and knowing there are guidelines and laws ensuring the integrity of the work is upheld is very important, particularly with all the infringements that can occur.

Photo by Nick Cubbin

Merilyn Fairskye [Photo © Nick Cubbin]

June 22, 2016

Merilyn Fairskye

In the rapidly evolving environment around image reproduction and distribution, it’s important that Viscopy continues to defend artists’ right to have their intentions respected and to be acknowledged and paid for the use of their work.

Photo by Nick Cubbin

Image Credit: Left to right: Authors Vicki Laveau-Harvie, Bri Lee, Enza Gandolfo, Fiona Wright, and Stephanie Bishop. Photo: Elle Green.

Image Credit: Left to right: Publisher Fellows Alexandra Payne, Nathan Hollier, Bronwyn Mehan, and Louise Cornegé.

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