Roger Foley-Fogg speaks with ArtsHub about his career, new exhibition, 'My Life and Loves' and reflects on how to sustain a life in the arts industry.
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Roger Foley-Fogg, aka Ellis D Fogg, works as both an artist and producer and his latest exhibition, ‘My Life and Loves’ is in keeping with his focus on 60s culture and psychedelic lights. Foley-Fogg began producing Psychedelic Lightshows utilising Light Sculpture and Lumino Kinetic work with rock bands, jazz and modern dance groups in the in the 60s. He then received two grants from the then Australian Council for the Arts for multimedia events including work with composer Peter Sculthorpe and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. In those days the artists were in charge of the whole event as well as the lighting and lightshow, a tradition Fogg continues to this day. He Production Manages all his own work.