Congratulations to photographer Nima Porkar who recently won The Mill’s Professional Development Prize for graduating students from UniSA’s Bachelor of Contemporary Arts Program. Nima will receive a curatorial consultancy with The Mill’s Visual Arts Coordinator Adele Sliuzas to help him to develop his practice outside of Art School.
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Nima Porkar is an Adelaide based artist who works mainly within the realm of street photography. He recently completed Bachelor of Contemporary Art at the University of South Australia. The principal theme in Porkar’s artwork is everyday life on the streets of Adelaide, and his aim is to tell a story about the human experience in our community. Porkar’s work explores Australian multiculturalism society, replete with all the everyday life excitement and reality. He approaches street photography from a contemporary perspective using new technology and making artwork that tells a story about the counterpoint between humanity and in the indifference of the street.