Relationships: the nonhuman

chimera

Chimera

Digital inkjet print on paper. Skeletal multispecies chimera

the world of things is too full

The world has no shortage of things (the world of the Great Bowerbird)

Mixed media sound installation with found objects. Two shelves are positioned opposite each other in a secluded corridor. A Great Bowerbird and samples of objects collected by wild birds, face a collection of grey geometric shapes. The opposing displays are accompanied by intense bowerbird calls on the one hand and taxonomic descriptions of the birds on the other. The entire gallery echoes with a soundscape of the world of the bowerbird from the Broome Bird Observatory

Macropus eugenii (tammar wallaby) by by Perdita Phillips

Macropus eugenii (tammar wallaby)

Installation. In an exhibition whose theme was mapping the radio tracking data of a two tammar wallabies on Garden Island off the coast of Perth are reproduced as a floor map. The blue (female) and aqua (male) marks are technologically mediated signatures at 1:100 scale

Royal Botanic Garden old greenhouse

Greenhouse pane

Digital inkjet print on paper. Documentation from a walking art project: Sydney green #1

construction site

Construction site

Digital inkjet print on paper. Documentation from a walking art project: Sydney green #3

Light shaft

Light shaft (missed)

Digital inkjet print on paper. Documentation from a walking art project: missed light

seep on the cliffs near the Opera House

seep

Digital inkjet print on paper. Documentation from a walking art project: green #4

Vocal Territorialisation with yellow spurs

Vocal Territories

Digital inkjet print on paper. Documentation from a walking art project: nonhuman

field notes mockup of book art possibilities

field notes

MIxed media on paper: field notes mockup of book art possibilities