LIZ HAM - 'Grumble & Moan - Winter'
'Grumble & Moan - Winter' – Edition of 5
- 118 x 82.97 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
This image is taken from the series Grumble and Moan, the subjects being performance artist Betty Grumble and Liz’s daughter. Initiated by the subjects themselves, the series is playful and performative, reflective of the changing seasons, exploring the child within, and mother earth.
About the artist
Liz Ham has been working professionally as a photographer for over twenty years. Straddling the genres of fashion, portraiture and documentary, her work is infused with nostalgia and narrative, often exploring ideas around identity and subculture. In 2017 Ham’s first monograph ‘Punk Girls’ was released by Manuscript Publishing, she is currently undertaking a Masters by Research at UTS exploring her lifelong investment in documentary photography.
IWD 2019 is about #balanceforbetter. What does this mean to you as a female photographer?
It is disappointing that even in a creative industry such as photography there can still be a disparity between the genders in the representation of women in this field, and the rates of renumeration.
What does this mean to you as a human?
As a human operating in a feminine body I wish to see even the contributions of women regarded in the same manner as those of their male counterparts.