About

dakota gordon is a freelance photographer and exhibiting artist based in melbourne, australia.

inspired by the unique details within the harsh and unpredictable australian landscapes that typically go unnoticed, dakota depicts these elements within her work to create images that are minimal, yet powerfully detailed, and hopes to inspire the viewer to appreciate the importance of the natural world and it’s preservation.

contact[email protected]

insight with fallowhttps://fallow.com.au/blogs/news/inight-dakota-gordon

solo exhibitions 

DAYDREAM NATION, the tate gallery, glebe 2012

JANE DOE (IN COLLABORATION WITH STELLAR LEUNA),  goodspace gallery, redfern 2016

ORDOVICIAN/2,228, downunder space, redfern 2018

FAULT/FRACTURE, error404, fitzroy 2021

group exhibitions

DREAMS TO REMEMBER, bridgetown, los angeles 2013

RED ROOM, the union, fitzroy 2016

MOTH PROJECTS GROUP SHOW, moth projects, surry hills, 2016

GOODSPACE 2ND BIRTHDAY, goodspace, chippendale 2017

VANISHING POINT, downunder space, chippendale 2019 (curated by dakota gordon)

select featured works

postblue ‘i hope they’re praying for me’ LP / poison city records 2014

lovesick ‘an introduction’ cassette / sun terrace records 2018

zola jesus ‘wiseblood; johnny jewel remixes’ LP / sacred bones/italians do it better 2018

sunn o))) ‘live at the echoplex’ / digital release 2018

sam haven ‘i cannot be here’ / digital release 2018

death bells ‘part time punks session’ cassette / funeral party 2018

sam haven ‘sanctuary’, / digital release 2019

magic circle ‘departed souls” LP , CD & cassette / 20 buck spin 2020

luster ‘turbulence’ LP / atwater records 2020

system body ‘cast no light’ cassette / damned gates 2020

empress ‘wait til night’ LP / brilliant emperor 2020

luster ‘blue oblivion’ EP / funeral party records 2021

  • magazine features

paper magazine, oyster magazine, toBe magazine, kerrang!,

revolver, livefast magazine, catalogue magazine, ZEITmagazin, grazia australia, playboy korea,

the fader, neighbourhood paper, c-heads magazine