Gillian Kayrooz and Harry Klein’s exhibition of photography and video study the inherent relationship between the observed landscape and constructed portraiture. Kayrooz redefines the everyday though elements of abstraction and isolation whilst Klein examines the re-imagined urban landscape and its impression on his identity. Whilst influenced by abstract cinema, the paradox of high and lowbrow culture and the banality of contemporary Australia, together their work amalgamates and documents alternative suburban identities that hold no notable structures of time.