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Re-MEDIAting the Wild

Support material: proposed artworks 1. Wattie (follow the water) https://vimeo.com/361410743 Wattie 2020 looped video film and video     Artwork, image and photography © Perdita Phillips the nonhuman 1:17 minute loop       Project: follow the water 2018–2021 Albany/Kinjarling, Western Australia   2. Anticipatory terrain (capricious dreams) https://vimeo.com/232111815 Anticipatory terrain (capricious dreams) 2017 video …

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Elementor #17413

title 2020 short media multiples Artwork, image and photography © Perdita Phillips knowledge in collaboration with size dimensions 6 prints, edition 7/7 available $price each more fuller media Project: project 2020–2020 location of exhibition Exhibition: exhibition 2020 location of exhibition

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artwork details artwork title 2020 short media multiples Artwork, image and photography © Perdita Phillips knowledge details in collaboration with a very long  name   size dimensions   6 prints, edition 7/7 available $price each fuller media     Project: project 2020–2020 location of exhibition   Exhibition: exhibition 2020 location of exhibition    

almost black image of a tree at night

Lost swamp

lost water behind the town hall in Kinjarling (Albany)

a field of brownish ovoid shapes half covered in water

Thinking like a fossil: Encounters with Perdita Phillips’ problematica

Dr Amy Cutler writes about artworks from 2018 to 2020 including Fossil III and We must catch up in this commissioned essay. In place of certifiable, linear rock histories, Phillips’ non-fictional performances of fossil-work dwell in fragile moments of memory, ecology, and community, both in the lithic form and in its printed encounters. Here is …

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danger plastic in the river

A forecast of storm (Derbarl Yerrigan)

https://vimeo.com/451441511 A forecast of storm (Derbarl Yerrigan) 2020 video multiples Artwork, image and photography © Perdita Phillips risk Swan River dolphin recordings provided by Chandra Salgado Kent, Centre for Marine Science and Technology, Curtin University. 8:23 minutes edition 7/7 available $1100 a sound listening Project: both/and 2020 Derbarl Yerrigan (Swan River) Exhibition: Listening in the …

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an image of the book cover at Lake Clifton

fossil III

A book about calcium carbonate and the Swan Coastal Plain, from thrombolites to Banksia woodlands, as part of Lost Rocks by A Published Event

looking up at a canopy of trees

Wattie

Listening to the Wattie trees (short loop film)

follow the water

Following the drains and ditches of Albany in search of porous repair in Anthropocene times. Walking, listening, cyanotypes, eventual book.

Waderpost

Sending messages by waderpost between Tasmania and Taiwan