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ARTS FRIDAY: Head On Photo Festival with Serena Dzenis

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Serena Dzenis is a lens-based artist from Australia who resides in Iceland. She uses her work to tell stories about science, conservation, environmental issues and the future of mankind. 2021 + II: utopia broadcasting is an exhibition that encapsulates everything about human construction : consumerism, the wonders and dangers of science and sheer curiosity.

Serena Dzenis
Exhibition: 2021 ± II: utopia broadcasting
Bondi Beach Promenade, 4 – 11 December 2022
Head On Photo Festival 4 – 20 November 2022

Arts Friday’s Angela Stretch went to Eastside’s Bondi Studio to speak with the exhibiting photographers: Moshe Rosenzveig OAM, Head On Photo Festival Founder, Creative Director and lead curator; John Donegan, Photojournalist;  Jake Nowakowski, news photographer; Serena Dzenis, is a lens-based artist from Australia who resides in Iceland; Murray Fredericksphotographer and Phil Bayly, Sydney-based photographer who has travelled and exhibited worldwide since the 1970s.

Presented in six stories due to technical issues on the day of broadcast, Friday, 4 November 2022.  The first story is with Moshe Rosenzveig OAM, the founder, creative director and lead curator of the Head On Photo Festival, who joins us to provide an  insight into this year’s Head On Photo Festival program.

Arts Friday acknowledge the custodians of the Gadigal, Bidiagal and Birrabirragal clans from which the program has been produced at Eastside Radio’s Bondi Pavilion Studio at Bondi Beach.