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a grey image with a large black shape that looks a bit like an animal

Way beyond (2024)

Way beyond: an exhibition of Australian Walking artists at Articulate Gallery Sydney 10 February – 3 March 2024 (Opening, 2pm Saturday, 10 February) With works from follow the Water 2018-2021 fieldwork/performance/photography (walking, listening, cyanotypes, algae, prints, postcards, publication), Kinjarling/Albany Featuring Pit, moss and granodiorite (Kardarup/Mt Melville) (above), Ngwayir/Western ringtail possum, estimated world population less than 8000, and Flourishing …

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a blue man in a blue image with a slight bit of mud in the top left corner


the slime returns from the dumps outside to the stopes inside — printed from a historical image from the Dwyer and Mackay collection

four rectangular blue prints on a white wall

footings (2023)

some samples from the Terrane Project exhibited in the footings show in 2023

an image divided into a map visible on the left with a blue photographic image of small shrubs printed over it on the right

Mirage (II)

Experimental application of cyanotype onto a found map.

a complex grey and ochre tones image of a rock detail


an ambiguous scale effect — between crystal textures and the aerial

a detail of four greyish ochre prints


considerations of time from short-term and biological to deep time and the lithic

mixed media and watercolour drawing showing a detail of a female caranabys cockatoo head

208 x forgiveness?

Specimens are dissected and fragmented. Land is cut and disassembled. What kind of apology can we offer?

detail of a yellowish geological map painted over with large words of which only a fraction is shown

Terrane Project

The Terrane Project Part 1 was a 2023 artist in residency at the Museum of the Goldfields in Kalgoorlie/Boulder/Karlkurla, Western Australia.The artist worked between the historic woodlines and ecological histories of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, exploring mineral forms, and representations of plants and animals in the Dwyer and Mackay photographic collection of the Western Australian Museum. Terrane: the …

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