As a photographer and sociologist, Kristin Diemer loves to tell a good story. Her latest exhibition ‘A Dingo Fence and Mallee Roots’ tells the story of a Victorian family farming on the Fringe. Kristin’s poignant imagery illustrates the often solitary life of remote farming – the ordinary, repetitive, daily life.
‘Beginning as a one year project, my passion for the beauty of the country and the people saw it evolve into a 6 year odyssey…’
Join us this Saturday 4 February from 1:30pm for an artist talk with Kristin Diemer incorporating photographs and memorabilia from the McKenzie farm. The discussion will be followed by a special solo performance by musician and personal friend of the artist, Helen Davey. While away your Saturday afternoon at fortyfivedownstairs, we would love to see you there.
Image: Final Barley Harvest