In this section we present a variety of works made by Anita Zabilevska (AZ) and Paul Bizzell (ZZ), either individually or in collaboration. Some are a complete project in its own right, others are assembled as a collection based on a particular theme.

We may add to this section as we assemble new collections from our offline archives. As we identify or create additional items which are appropriate to the theme of one of the existing collections, the collections themselves will continue to expand.

Doodles Rethought

Works on paper
2020 –

Small sheets of paper covered with undistinguished pen strokes, strange shapes and undefinable forms. That is what a doodle can look like and more often than not the destination of these drawings is very likely to be the nearest wastepaper basket.

Let’s think about that though. Far from being simple they are often quite complex and illustrate an idea from deep in the subconscious. So there’s the irony, throwing them away is the waste.

Works by Anita Zabilevska.

Red Yellow Blue

Works on paper
2020 –

Red Yellow Blue is an ongoing project which examines various concepts of use and perception of the three primary colours Red, Yellow and Blue. It may seem a back to basics task, but how basic and how far back is an ambiguity on its own right.

Works by Anita Zabilevska.

White Light

Photography
2018 –

This collection of images deals with light as a means of photographic expression. It explores a variety of circumstances and the ways light is central to the composition of the image and the feeling produced when viewed.

It has been assembled from the archives of Paul Bizzell & Anita Zabilevska.

Crash Car

Diorama
2013

This was a fun project we undertook in response to an ad-hoc opportunity related to a passion for cars, in particular race cars, and models of them. The project was to create a diorama, that is a recreation of a scene using scale models.

Words and modelling by Paul Bizzell, photos by Anita Zabilevska.

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Compelling Images

Photography
2012 –

We have tried to document and highlight the messages we encounter repeatedly, everywhere and on a daily basis as objectively as we could.

Our interest is in who the communications are directed at, what are their tone, aesthetical criteria and what reactions are expected from viewer.

It has been assembled from the archives of Paul Bizzell & Anita Zabilevska.