RIP 1st January 2013
Internationally recognised, multi-award winning fine art and commercial photographer Furious Ennui continually examined and interacted with the environments within which, in Gestalt terms, he was a participant/observer.
His work can be found in collections on 4 continents, and he held two solo exhibitions and participated in many group exhibitions in Melbourne, Australia. He was a winner of an award in the 2010 Kodak Salon held in Melbourne, and achieved Special Recognition in Florida's Light, Space, Time Gallery's July 2011 Open Competition as well as being a finalist in numerous other juried competitions.
Though operating across many genres of the photographic art, Furious Ennui was probably best noted for his minimalism and distinctive compositions, and his many forays into experimental photographic techniques.
As an artist, Furious Ennui created the image that becomes the catalyst and the conduit for a dialogue between viewer & image, and viewer & artist. His images where designed to make one think outside the box, and make the ordinary extraordinary. Enjoy!
Favourite Visual Artist
I abhor favouritism. There are too many great artists to pick just one.
Real life is more dramatic and interesting than trite entertainment
Favourite TV Shows
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Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Progressive, Prog-metal, Post Rock, Experimental, Jazz Blues
Making people think, and warping their minds
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Tools of the Trade
My mind, the universe and cameras and language
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