Free to attend with RSVP via Eventbrite


Sat 26 Mar
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm


Centre for Contemporary Photography
404 George St, 404 George St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia


Wheelchair Access

Considered Environment

Considered Environment: In Discussion Past Event

Presented by Centre for Contemporary Photography

Centre for Contemporary Photography, photographer and acb press publisher Rohan Hutchinson, based in Melbourne (Naarm/Birrarung-ga), are excited to present a discussion around historical and contemporary photobook design posing the question: What do photobooks mean in a digital future? This discussion features project-lead and artist/publisher Rohan Hutchinson, as well as designer and photographer Yanni Florence, The Company You Keep Senior Designer Corey James, and DesignOffice Creative Director Mark Simpson.


Rohan Hutchinson

Rohan Hutchinson is a photographic artist and designer whose work researches the transformation of space and our relationship with the environment, both built and the natural. Hutchinson’s work is an expanded practice, exploring the photographic image within gallery and publication settings, with the inclusion of event design. In 2020 Hutchinson founded acb press, an independent publishing platform set up to educate and create conversations around photo book publishing and design. Artbook fairs Hutchinson has participated in include, New York, Photo Paris LA, Tokyo, Shanghai, Beijing, UAE, Vienna, Sydney and Melbourne. He has been collected by V&A Museum National Art Library, New York Public Library, Printed Matter Inc, Sharjah Art Foundation, National Art Gallery of Canada Library, National Library of Australia, NGV Shaw Research Library, Victorian State Library and Gippsland Art Gallery.

Mark Simpson
Corey James
Yanni Florence