Join us at the NGV, where RMIT alumnus and photographer Dr Erieta Attali will delve into her extensive experience exploring light, landscape and place in some of the world’s most remarkable locations.
Dr Attali has a distinguished career as an architectural photographer. Her work has been published and exhibited internationally and supported by prestigious institutions across the globe, including the Fulbright Foundation, Dreyer's Foundation and the Norwegian Embassy in Copenhagen.
Dr Attali has spent considerable time in Australia documenting our landscape and the presence of architecture within it. Her works feature architecture by Glen Murcutt, Kerstin Thompson, John Wardle, Peter Stutchbury, Durbach Block Jaggers, Baracco & Wright and Neeson Murcutt, amongst others. From this research the idea emerged for her forthcoming book Periphery | Archaeology of Light.
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Dr Attali, (PhD RMIT 2017) is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architectural Photography at Columbia University; Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Technion, Israel Institute of Technology; and research fellow at The Academie d’ Architecture in Paris.