by Annie Churdar in New Photography on Tuesday 12 February 2013

Chris Round gave up on painting when he decided that the results didn’t come fast enough. He was just a kid when he switched to the speedier art of photography. Now the Sydney-based photographer consistently produces solid work centering on the concept of human alterations in the environment. Every image seems to have humanity’s finger prints around the edges. He forces you to examine and think about his images. Human presence is implied in subtle, natural ways.