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The Australian artist Charles Blackman was raised in a home without books. As a child, he wasn't read to. He first heard Alice in Wonderland read on a 'talking book' when he was an adult. His wife, Barbara, was going blind and she listened to Alice in Wonderland so he listened too. His audio experience of Lewis Carroll's story led to his Alice series.

A 'street' photograph 'Untitled (Cat #6), 2001' from the series Dream/Life and Beyond taken in Sydney by Australian photographer Trent Parke. Love his incredible use of light.

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Bill Henson, Untitled #4, 2011 – work from the Master - currently on exhibition at Roslyn Oxley - simply stunning as always

Trent Parke

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Rennie Ellis; documenter of life in Melbourne, Sydney and beyond. (note: Rennie didn't pull punches - discretion is advised in a classroom environment)