A Wrong Move in the Right Direction

Since the brief asked us to get lost and explore the unknown, Ive decided to use my photos from Australia and work with them. Ive produced a zine which is not printed on paper but I used a dye sublimation process to print off my photos on the fabric and old pieces of fabrics and sew them together. There is no further place than Australia (well maybe New Zealand) and i think it is something that can describe getting lost the most, especially when I went all the way there alone. I was walking around Melbourne, discovering the city and finding bits and pieces that interested me. Then after a while Ive found bits that interested me more and also I wanted to broaden my knowledge on. Ive decided to visit the Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne and talk to people in the stalls but then Ive found out there is a Polish shop in there and so Ive decided to talk to these people who work there first. I was working on the cultural diversity subject for so long and especially the Polish one. I thought it would be interesting if I could speak to people who live in a totally different side of the world. Ive decided to produce the following zine to highlight the places Ive visitied, and not necessary show the sourroundings and stuff but to show some parts of town that not many toursits and visitors pay that much attention to.

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