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Analog Iran by Ali MC
In 2019, Ali MC spent four weeks travelling through Iran with a 35mm film camera. The result is Analog Iran, an online exhibition which explores the diversity of a country that is often stereotyped in the media. From the border of Afghanistan to the bustling metropolis of Tehran, these photographs bring to life the everyday lives of Iranian people. Ali’s work shows the tension between the hospitality and graciousness of the Iranian people, and the constant political and economic pressures of daily life.
Join us for this wonderful presentation of his stunning photographs, and tales of his travels through this amazing part of the world.

Dec 8, 2020 07:30 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Ali MC
Writer. Photographer. Musician.
Ali MC (real name Alister McKeich) is a Melbourne-based writer, photographer and musician who’s work takes him around the globe. Passionate about people, culture and politics, his work often explores little known aspects of the world around us. His writing has seen him document a range of international human rights issues for publications such as Al Jazeera and the Guardian, as well as producing the full-length ‘punk rock travel book’, The Eyeball End. Through photography, Ali MC has documented the hardships of life for Rohingya refugees, Khasi stone breakers and East Timorese rubbish dump workers, with his work appearing in numerous publications and galleries. His music also reflects the diversity of the cultures he experiences, and has seen him work with Aboriginal didgeridoo players, African drummers and Indian tabla players, performing in both Australia and New Zealand.