Sean Davey | Outskirts (2010)

Over the last few decades a younger generation of Australian photographers has continued to record life in Papua New Guinea. Along with photographers such as Stephen Dupont, Ben Bohane, David Hempenstall and Richard Kendall, Sean Davey is forging a different kind of relationship with the region, which has less to do with colonial proclamations and more to do with collaborative involvement. While Davey’s work plays an important documentary function – recording the real conditions of life in and around Port Moresby – he also uses the camera to develop ongoing relationships with people and communities.           

-- Stephen Zagala (2010) from the afterword Our Future is Collaborative /8 Mile Photographs from the margins of Port Moresby. University of Papua New Guinea / Monash Gallery of Art pp 32-33.

Photographs are available in two print types (in various sizes); gelatin silver & chromogenic prints.

Edition of 8 + 2AP (inclusive of both print types).

All prints are signed and dated.

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