Carl Redback’s photography has been described mostly by the use of two adjectives: creepy and beautiful. These two words don’t really do his unusual style complete justice, though, and it’s probably impossible to narrow any work of art down to words that are at two extreme junctions of meaning. There has to be something in-between. Some of Redback’s work is undeniably creepy, but it is more playful than anything evilly unwholesome. Whether he is parodying one of the greatest works of modern art ever, The Scream, photographing a giant rabbit creeping up on a stressed carrot, or honouring his work with humorously literal titles that sound more like characters from a children’s television show, such as Angry Bulb, Redback is being frivolous as much as he is anything else. Not always creepy, not always beautiful, but always raising a smile.