FIRST STEPS (SMALL AND GIANT)

​Reworking imagery surrounding the first Moon Landing in 1969, First Steps (small and giant) is a series of prints each exposed to sections of the globally televised footage. The scene is rendered indistinctive as it is transformed from moving video to
still image, though what recoginsable information remains is highlighted by comparison.


On 20 July 2019, the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Walk the work is exhibited as a celebration of iconic journeys, collective memories, allusive places and the fantastical mystery of space.
Jess Boyce is an emerging artist and curator based in Western Australia who’s practice questions how the reproduction of images influence preconceptions of
place. Exploring methods of printmaking and reproduction, Boyce plays, manipulates, and deconstructs familiar found imagery, and investigates the ways in which images are able enter a collective memory of place or an event.

Jess Boyce is an emerging artist and curator based in Western Australia who’s practice questions how the reproduction of images influence preconceptions of
place. Exploring methods of printmaking and reproduction, Boyce plays, manipulates, and deconstructs familiar found imagery, and investigates the ways in which images are able enter a collective memory of place or an event.

WHERE

15 Quarry Street

Fremantle, 6160

EXHIBITION VIEWING

One night only! Saturday 20 July, from 6pm

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Fremantle

2018 - 2019

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