Rewind Photo Lab is going to be relocating at the start of 2022. As a measure to ensure the move is successful, we will remain operational but behind closed doors.
You can still process film with us by either mailing or using the front door mail slot. We appreciate your patience with us during this time and will see you all in the new year!
As the Sydney lockdown has impacted our business and many others in the area, we are looking to take this opportunity to relocate premises for the start of 2022.
You can still process film with us by either mailing or using the front door mail slot.
Sub/Solar presents eight distinct voices in contemporary photography, constituting a visual conversation that articulates multitude approaches to image-making and which signifies key concerns that contextualise present-day artistic practice.
From Robert Walwyn’s infrared images of bushfire regrowth, to Remi Siciliano’s ethereal images made in relief with nature, to Jake Nemirovsky’s ominous expanded documentary work, the images in Sub/Solar stand as indexes of a social sphere that is simultaneously beset by the need for decisive action on critical issues such as climate change, whilst also paralysed by an endlessly fracturing relativism of belief.
The works in Sub/Solar not only encapsulate an overarching existential anxiety, but also demonstrate how photography, a form inexorably tied to the material substance of ‘the real’, is responding to the increasingly problematic status of truth and reality in the post-truth era.
Robert Walwyn is a Photographic Artist based in Sydney. His project, Karrikins, documents and explores the aftermath of the 2019/2020 Bushfires in NSW.
Our mission is to support the photographic community anyway possible. We’re happy to answer any questions relating to technique, lighting, film choices or how to work your camera. We’re located in Glebe, just off Broadway. Come in and drop your film off, pick up some new supplies or view the work in our gallery space.
The gallery space aims to support the photo-media community by creating a space for the interchange of commercial and personal works within a wider section of the community. Rewind Photo Lab is unique in its commitment to fostering creative talent and encouraging quality, creativity and professionalism while exposing a wider audience to the best work in photo-media.
Rewind Photo Lab aims to make art more accessible to the community, for this reason sale prices of artists work will be set in collaboration with Rewind Photo Lab and the exhibiting artist.View more information