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Rise To Ubiquity

15 February 2019

Babekuhl Gallery | Surry Hills, Sydney

'Rise To Ubiquity' is a visual commentary between colour, structure and form.


It gives allowance for the unexpected occurrence and the endless possibilities that come with visual coherence.


Whether it simply be the ability to notice certain details or one’s own lingering curiosity, the intention is to explore the lasting impressions that come with an environment that influences personal progression.


"These simple mechanics bring light to a great deal of power and freedom. This being the power of perspective and the freedom that fuels the supreme nature of the visual world."

– Rowland Reyes Martinez 

The night of the exhibition, a crowd of people standing and walking through a red square door
A viewer is on her iPhone, capturing an exhibited photograph. The screen shows the reflection of a woman crossing the road
Two people at the exhibition. Pictured are photos of the sea, a car in black and white and a blue and yellow geometric wall
People are gathered in a dark room with a projector showing the exhibition film titled 'Rise To Ubiquity'
A full house of people inside the exhibition, socialising and viewing the hanging photographs

Exhibition Photos by Billy Ryan 

A yellow cotton sheet drapes over the staircase, a perspex sheet reflecting the title of the exhibition, 'Rise To Ubiquity'.
A group of photographs hang in front of a mirror to reveal the back hanging photographs, drawing the viewer in


A compilation of our curiosities.

Thank you!

ar–chive would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Country on which our studio stands, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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