Artist talk - Neil Kramer and Kadri Elcoat

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Artist Talk with Neil Kramer and Kadri Elcoat

Date: Tuesday, 23 November
Time: 12 - 12.30pm  (Sydney AEDT)
Locations: Online

Cost: Free, donations welcome

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Neil's humorous Quarantine in Queens has been received around the world to much acclaim. During the March 2020 lockdown, in Queens, New York, he found himself living in his two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment with his 86-year-old mother and ex-wife. He will share some illuminating behind the scenes details with us. 
Kadri’s exhibition Postcards from the edge (of South Melbourne) tells an irreverent story of a life lost, a fantasy she retreats into as she struggles with her tiny world. She will also reflect on making this project at that time in Melbourne. 



About the artists

Neil Kramer is a dynamic storyteller with twenty years' experience in photography, writing, and filmmaking. Combining humour and compassion, he tells stories about personal relationships. A graduate of Columbia University and USC Film School, he has written projects for Disney TV and HBO. His photography work has been widely exhibited in group shows in the US, Berlin, and Italy.       

Quarantine in Queens has won awards such as the Portrait Photographer of the Year at the 2020 Annual Photography Awards, first place in Family Photography at the ND Awards, and Finalist in the Portrait Project at the Lucie Foundation.

Kadri Elcoat is a litigation lawyer with a passion for conceptual photography. She is currently studying photography at the Photography Studies College in Melbourne, Australia. She has a strong interest in fashion and surreal photography and mixes of the two with inspiration taken from the work of David La Chapelle and Erik Johanssen. 


How live sessions work

Once you've registered, you'll receive an email confirmation. The next steps are: 
  1. One hour before the session you will receive the link to the session.
  2. Playback will depend on your internet connection and computer set up.
  3. The session will be recorded and will be made available after the completion of the Festival.

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November 23rd, 2021 12:00 PM through 12:30 PM
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Sydney, NSW
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