by Zac in New Events, New Photography on Thursday 27 September 2007

Travelling through Angkor in January 2003, Dan Chesterman took a series of evocative photos that now form the basis of his upcoming exhibition at the blank_space gallery, Surry Hills, Sydney from 4th Oct – 8th October. Shooting analogue, he captures the natural beauty of the area, with a focus on the relationship between the temples and the trees that have grown over and around them. [see also Nicholas Blowers & the art of trees]