Pool Hall, 2018
Pigment Ink-jet Print on Canson Baryta Prestige
Framed in Dark Kiwi Timber by Fini Frames
211 x 120 cm
2015 FINALIST FOR THE BOWNESS PHOTOGRAPHY PRIZE
August 28th 2017
Every other day his shirt is black.
New York City takes time away from you, and, to know.
Hovering five storeys above Chinatown’s industrious streets is a hidden pool hall. Synergistic in colour, brought to you by this man - the owner.
As pool was played, I observed the weight of his working body shift from two points, to three, to finally one sand-settled elongation upon the couch. I realised a living room.
While I was back in Melbourne, a friend in NYC obtained consent from the owner to use this image.
A few days later the pool hall closed down.