Blacksoil Photopoint Time Passage

 
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Blacksoil Photopoint Time Passage 2006 Digital print and lenticular 3d images on aluminium inimitables
Artwork, image and photography © Perdita Phillips to map
50 x 123 cm $4400
digital print, lenticular 3d image with four states
Project: fieldwork/fieldwalking 20032006 the walkingcountry, Perth
Exhibition: fieldwork/fieldwalking 2006 Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, Fremantle

 

In the Blacksoil artwork we see the same muddy pond appear and reappear over a wet-dry season cycle. This work was part of the fieldwork/fieldwalking PhD project that investigated the overlapping space of art and scientific practices in the field.