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2016/17. Editions of 3 +AP. Media: Pigment prints.

The Hut is an ultra HD cinematic work in 2.5D video projection in 21:9 aspect ratio and suite of photographic works face mounted to acrylic glass.

It is set in a ‘nowherescape’, a liminal hinterland of collapsible time that is at once bittersweet, life-affirming and deadly. This photo-cinematic project features unique techniques that intimate depth in photography. The work embodies the idea of ‘Elastic Photography’ that sits between the stilled film and the filmic still, reality and illusion, analogue and digital.

This project includes work created in South Australia, the ACT, the United States and the Outer Hebrides and Shetland Islands of Scotland and artefacts photographed in the Adelaide Civic Collection, The South Australian Museum and the National Museum of Australia.


Boobook      2016   Pigment print on archival paper         150 x 100cm

Leaf Litter    2017   Pigment print on archival paper           48 x 69cm

float             2017   Pigment print on archival paper          150 x 100cm

The series was first shown at The National Portrait Gallery, Canberra And The ANU School Of Art & Design Gallery, March – April 2017.

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