Agender ANNA MARIA ANTIONETTE DADDARIO - 'Untitled' <p>\'Untitled\' – <em>Edition of 8</em></p><ul><li> 84.5 x 62 cm</li><li>Archival inkjet pigment print</li><li>Ready to frame</li></ul><p>NOTE: If you would like the mounted version on 5mm gator board (as displayed in the Agender exhibition) please email us at <a href=\"mailto:angela@agender.com.au\">angela@agender.com.au</a> to enquire separately. The mounted version must be picked up in person locally in Sydney from Sun Studios (42 Maddox St, Alexandria).</p><p> </p><p><strong>About the artwork</strong></p><p>Untitled, Costanza, Via Appia Rome, 2018.<br />This image like many portraits of the long-term portrait project I am working on, Emotional Geography, I have left untitled; preferring people to interpret the work drawing from their own sentiments to person and place. The project is concerned with our emotional relation to and consequential affect on the environment around us.</p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong>About the artist</strong></p><p>I’m a photographic artist who explores new forms of storytelling combining traditional documentary modes with photographic art practice. <br />My current work revolves around the investigation and resurrection of memory and the traces left behind on people and place.</p><p>Anna has and continues to contribute to various publications such as The New York Times, Vogue Italia, Internazionale, The Sydney Morning Herald, Il Sole 24 Ore, Vogue UK, and the Guardian amongst others. Working between Europe, Asia and Oceania, Anna is engaged in long-form storytelling and has for the past two and a half years, has been based in Australia completing an artist\'s bookwork project.</p><p><strong>IWD 2019 is about #balanceforbetter. What does this mean to you as a female photographer and as a human?</strong></p><p>I was considering how to answer this, similar to last year\'s hashtag I\'m not sure it really resonates with me. Summing up International Women\'s Day in a hashtag seems to have initiated by a corporate website that appears to attempt to capitalise on a day, which was formed from a social justice movement and the fight for equal rights for women. International Women\'s Day for me is a celebration of women worldwide and also a day of mourning for the continued injustices that women bear daily, a reminder that much work must be done. <br />Perhaps the UN\'s website is a better reference and for me sums up this year\'s theme more eloquently. \'Think equal, build smart, innovate for change\'.<br />They share that the \'2019 theme Think equal, build smart, innovate for change focuses on innovative ways in which we can advance gender equality and the empowerment of women, particularly in the areas of social protection systems, access to public services and sustainable infrastructure.\'<br />With regards to how this resonates with me as a documentary photographic artist who is a woman. Well it’s the need to push for higher representation and equal pay for women in the arts.</p> 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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'Untitled' – Edition of 8

  •  84.5 x 62 cm
  • Archival inkjet pigment print
  • Ready to frame

NOTE: If you would like the mounted version on 5mm gator board (as displayed in the Agender exhibition) please email us at angela@agender.com.au to enquire separately. The mounted version must be picked up in person locally in Sydney from Sun Studios (42 Maddox St, Alexandria).

 

About the artwork

Untitled, Costanza, Via Appia Rome, 2018.
This image like many portraits of the long-term portrait project I am working on, Emotional Geography, I have left untitled; preferring people to interpret the work drawing from their own sentiments to person and place. The project is concerned with our emotional relation to and consequential affect on the environment around us.

 

About the artist

I’m a photographic artist who explores new forms of storytelling combining traditional documentary modes with photographic art practice.
My current work revolves around the investigation and resurrection of memory and the traces left behind on people and place.

Anna has and continues to contribute to various publications such as The New York Times, Vogue Italia, Internazionale, The Sydney Morning Herald, Il Sole 24 Ore, Vogue UK, and the Guardian amongst others. Working between Europe, Asia and Oceania, Anna is engaged in long-form storytelling and has for the past two and a half years, has been based in Australia completing an artist's bookwork project.

IWD 2019 is about #balanceforbetter. What does this mean to you as a female photographer and as a human?

I was considering how to answer this, similar to last year's hashtag I'm not sure it really resonates with me. Summing up International Women's Day in a hashtag seems to have initiated by a corporate website that appears to attempt to capitalise on a day, which was formed from a social justice movement and the fight for equal rights for women. International Women's Day for me is a celebration of women worldwide and also a day of mourning for the continued injustices that women bear daily, a reminder that much work must be done.
Perhaps the UN's website is a better reference and for me sums up this year's theme more eloquently. 'Think equal, build smart, innovate for change'.
They share that the '2019 theme Think equal, build smart, innovate for change focuses on innovative ways in which we can advance gender equality and the empowerment of women, particularly in the areas of social protection systems, access to public services and sustainable infrastructure.'
With regards to how this resonates with me as a documentary photographic artist who is a woman. Well it’s the need to push for higher representation and equal pay for women in the arts.