Swan Feathers on the Rocky Shore (Broke Inlet)
|Swan Feathers on the Rocky Shore (Broke Inlet)||2022||unique state cyanotype||multiples|
|Artwork, image and photography © Perdita Phillips||to place|
|90 x 130 cm||3 (variable) prints, edition 3/3 available||$2200 price each|
|Unique state cyanotype prints on Bergger COT 320|
|Exhibition: Unique States||2022||Holmes á Court Gallery at Vasse Felix|
This work arose from repeated visits to Broke Inlet on the borders of Menang and Bibulman country. Each year black swans moult on the lake waters and feathers collect on the eastern shore.
Unique states exhibition
Unique States considers different states and the many meanings of the idea of the ‘unique state’. It refers to a print making technique, to states of being, societal and environmental states and to our geographical state. The past three years have launched humanity into ‘unique states’ and Western Australia has become even more of a ‘unique state’ because of its position apart from the rest of Australia and the world. Unique States presents political and environmental realities, as much as flights of fancy, taking viewers through a variety of unique states via the medium of print.