Godman has two works of New Zealand artist Bill Hammond in the 'night garden' section of the exhibition "Enchanted Gardens" at the Auckland City Art Gallery.
Dec 2008 - Lloyd Godman produced this image as a reaction to Kevin Rudd's announcement of a 5% reduction in Carbon by 2020 and emailed out to interested parties. It has received a fantastic reaction and since been posted on several web sites.
Godman's Carbon Obscura IV - has been installed in the sculpture courtyard at the La Trobe regional Gallery - From Dec 16 - end of Feb 2009
For further information please contact Alison Taylor Artistic Coordinator Green Expectations ph 5128 5713, email AlisonTa@latrobe.vic.gov.au c/o Latrobe City Council, PO Box 264, Morwell VIC 3840
With assistance from Omnigarphics and the use of Bio Flex The First Landfill Degradable PVC
As part of a redigitalization project updating web images by Lloyd Godman on the web
When light turns to dust
is now available for viewing
Lloyd and fellow Baldessin Press artists, Slivi Glattauer, Tess Edwards and Rob Hails, are involved in the Open Artist Studios in Nillumbk. This will be in November 2008, celebrating 21 years of Open Studios in Nillumbik.
This includes exhibitions at:
45 Downstairs - Oct 14 - 25 Oct - opening Oct 14 5 -7 pm
Eltham Library - 29 Oct
Evelyn County - 4 Nov
Montsalvat - 5 Nov - November 12 Open Studios 21st Celebration at Montsalvat
November 22, 23 and 29, 30. All studios open from 11am to 5pm
And a Baldessin Press exhibition with Slivi Glattauer, Tess Edwards and Rob Hails at SWIPERS GULLY Vineyard & Restaurant Kangaroo Ground - from 17 Oct 2008
For more information ring 0448188899
11 th September -
Lloyd was contacted by Caleb Harris who is involved in a piece on James K Baxter for a journal called Palimpsesto to submit some of the images from Mythology of Place . The journal is the annual publication of the
Humanities Faculty at the National University of Colombia in Bogotá.
It's a high-profile and high-quality journal which puts a lot of
emphasis on its visual aspect, they like to illustrate the articles
with interesting original art and / or photos. The next edition will
come out later this year
26 th The editors are really pleased with the Baxter project and the photos, and
they would like to look at running the photos in a separate section
after the poems - which means they will be in a bigger format, up to
A4 size (ie, a complete page), and printed on high quality paper for
the best possible effect.
Yering Station and the Yarra Valley Arts Council invite you to attend the opening of the Yering Station Sculpture Exhibition and Awards 2008.
An exhibition of finalists work will be held at Yering Station from 26 October - 7 December 2008. The Opening and Awards will be presented on Sunday 26 October from midday. Bring a picnic, enjoy the music, lunch on the lawns amongst the sculptures and involve yourself in the day by voting for the People's Choice Award. Yering Station wines will be available for purchase by the glass or bottle. The awards will be presented at 3pm
Carbon Obscura under construction - Yering Station Oct 2008
Vivid, the National Photography Festival, will be held for the first time in Canberra from 11 July to 12 October 2008. It will celebrate the vital role
of photography in Australian life
As part of it Lloyd will be building a large Carbon Obscura
Carbon Obscura: an exhibition by Lloyd Godman
1 September to 20 September 2008. Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm; Saturday, 1pm to 5pm
1st-5th September to install work
6th –20th September for the exhibition
3rd September Art Forum lecture (@45mins + 15 mins question time)
“The largest photosensitive emulsion that we know of is actually the planet itself. The fabric of intricate foliage that covers areas of the globe is an ever-developing image on the surface of the planet - a giant photographic abstraction.”
Lloyd Godman will transform Photospace into a Carbon Obscura, an “ephemeral sculpture” using thousands of pinholes. Audience members can come watch the installation process from the 1st – 5th Sept and enjoy the results from the 6th – 20th Sept.
To coincide with this exhibition Lloyd Godman will present a workshop on the 6th & 7th September. For more details on these activities, refer to www.photomedia.net.au in May. This exhibition will be held in the ANU School of Art Photography and Media Workshop, 1st Floor, Building 105, Childers Street, Acton.
Contact: Photomedia Workshop, 02 6125 5815
July 2008 -
Mythology of Place - This project is ready to be be published as a book
80 Pages - Photographs Lloyd Godman
Text Lawrence Jones & Lloyd Godman
Mythology of Place is published in three versions
• Free version- down loadable PDF - 7.1 mb - this is a low resolution file which you can download the file and print at your own standards - while the version is free normal copyright rules apply.
• High quality - while this is an open edition, each copy is numbered and dated - printed from a high resolution file on glossy paper stock and bound the edition has facing pages.
• Superb limited edition of 10 copies - signed, numbered and dated - printed from the highest quality files on high quality paper stock - the images are printed with Epson Ultrachrome pigments on Hahnemule 308 g/m paper and the edition is bound. A desirable collectors item.
As part of the Sustainability Festival at Kernot Hall, Morwell for the 9th and 10th of May 200, Godman has been commissioned to construct and install a large temporary installation (10.3m long - 4.1m wide and 4.2m high) - aCarbon Obscura - that reflects the GRID concept.
The work will consist of a tower that reflects the cooling tower of a coal fired generation plant. This tower has a doorway where the audience enter the darkened space, and the second space is a diminishing tunnel that represents a coal mine. The structure is covered with black opaque plastic and thousands of pin holes create drawings that let sunlight penetrate the space. As the audience enter the space they trigger a fog generator which materializes the ray of light.
Perceptive Vision - Getaway at Lake Mungo NP with Lloyd Godman
A digital landscape photography workshop for 3 days
at magical Mungo with Lloyd Godman and Silvi Glattauer. Incorporates moonlight photography, light painting, in-depth critiques and photoshop sessions. Rather than a quest for the classic landscape image explore strategies for identifying and developing a personal photographic vision, style or iconography. Bring your own camping gear and join the fun!
Thur eve - Sun
23 - 26 Oct
$400 (camping & transport not inc.)
(03) 9482 1605
check www.baldessinpress.com for more info or down load PDF - 5.7MB
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15 - 15 May 2008:
Art at St Francis' -
Lloyd has a solo exhibition at St Francis', Cr Elizabeth St and Lonsdale St Central Melbourne.
Please contact Brigitte and Walter Remmen bwremmen@ bigpond.net.au
the artist for more information
Along with: John Hyndman, Alex Zattleman, Silvi Glattauer, Richard Piscioneri, Maurizio Salvati, Glenn Guy, Bill Poon, Gunter Bohenzky, Chris Hillard, Rob Anderson