Geoffrey Goddard Solo Exhibition
Opening night - Thursday July 5th
6pm - 9pm
Impossible Horizons is a photographic exhibition of architecture with a twist.
Photographer Geoffrey Goddard reinterprets modernist buildings capturing their sculptural form and morphing them into surreal objects suspended in space. His recently awarded project ‘Architreasures’ has seen him travel extensively across Australia and America in the pursuit of photographing buildings of historic architectural significance, spanning styles such as Art Deco, Modernism, Googie, and Brutalism. It is from this body of work that ‘Impossible Horizons’ was born, where images of epic buildings are digitally altered so as to appear floating on the horizon freed from the constraints of terra firma.
Geoffrey Goddard is an internationally awarded art director, designer and photographer with a passion for 20th Century architecture. He has been a finalist in the Head On Landscape Prize and a runner up in Capture Magazine - Emerging Photographers Awards for Architecture.
2017- Finalist Head On Landscape Prize
2017- ‘Alterd States’ - solo exhibition Head On Photography Festival
2017- ‘This is Sirius’ - group exhibition for the Save our Sirius Foundation
2017- ‘Head On Landscape Finalists’ - The 17th Pingyao International Photography Festival in China
2018 – ‘Revisited – Head On Landscape Prize 2017’ - Head On Photography Festival