Fishing net, embroidery hoops, Photographs on archival rag paper 2015.
This is one of a series of works in progress dealing with the Australian Landscape. Moments in time, traces of nature, light and shadows are caught and preserved in photographs. As we tread heavily on the land, plundering its resources, the question of what we most value is becoming crucial.
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Found object, paint.
On a dirt road, on the edge of a national park several hours south of Sydney we stumble across the remains of a burnt out car. The scorched earth, singed trees, and solidified puddle of molten metal are all traces of a small act of vandalism, a reflection of wider vandalism on a global scale.
Telegraph, image on photographic paper. 2014
Australian Landscape is criss-crossed with a network of telegraph poles. If you look closely you will find that each one has a number. This series is works in progress exploring the fine detail with a wider outlook and the intersection of technology and industry with the natural world.
A body of work for Splice Exhibited at Articulate Project Space.