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Screenshot 2015

The Screenshot 2015 student photo competition attracted over 70 entries.

This year’s competition was run in association with Rosemary Laing: transportation. In the works in that exhibition, Rosemary Laing explores relationships between technology, time and place. She is particularly interested in showing places of transition or movement in her photographs, places that we move through but never inhabit for very long, like airports.

Students were asked to submit a photograph or a series of photographs (maximum three images) that explores a site of transition or movement, and to think about intriguing places and spaces from their everyday environment – inside or outside – such as entrances, corridors, playgrounds, driveways, parking stations.

Prize-winners were selected by the Gallery’s senior curator, photographs, Judy Annear.

Slideshow of winning and highly commended entries

Click on one of the small images to begin

	Junior

	WinnerFinn Tyson, Bondi Beach Public School, Year 3Late for class
  • 	Junior

	WinnerFinn Tyson, Bondi Beach Public School, Year 3Late for class
  • 	Junior

	Highly commendedJade Fitzpatrick, Kenthurst Public School, Year 5Parked
  • 	Intermediate

	WinnerAnnie Wu, North Sydney Girls High School, Year 9Behind the doors of a lift
  • 	Intermediate

	Highly commendedNesrine Dannaoui, Salamah College, Year 9Home 2
  • 	Intermediate

	Highly commendedGeorgie Macaw, St Catherine’s School, Melbourne, Year 9Walking on water
  • 	Intermediate

	Highly commendedLiam Black, Turramurra High School, Year 10Look

Junior (Years 3-6)

Winner
Finn Tyson, Bondi Beach Public School, Year 3
Late for class

Highly commended
Jade Fitzpatrick, Kenthurst Public School, Year 5
Parked

Intermediate (Years 7-10)

Winner
Annie Wu, North Sydney Girls High School, Year 9
Behind the doors of a lift

Highly commended
Nesrine Dannaoui, Salamah College, Year 9
Home 2

Georgie Macaw, St Catherine’s School, Melbourne, Year 9
Walking on water

Liam Black, Turramurra High School, Year 10
Look

No works were selected from the senior category