Archive for June, 2014

Winter Rosella from Nerriga

June 21st, 2014  |  Published in practice  |  Leave a comment

On the way back from staying with my family I found a freshly killed rosella, an eastern one without a tail.
I brought the limp body to the Woollamia home and lay them near the ringtail.
The cute Finch couple that live there watched me.
There they lay to decompose in the Woollamia bushland.

New Shroud Project

June 16th, 2014  |  Published in practice  |  Leave a comment

I have just made the decision to resume the shroud project in my new location.
There are different species hit by vehicles and a different environment in which to host the installation.
This beautiful male ringtail possum with a lovely thick winter coat and white tipped tail offered himself last night, tragically.
He is from Woollamia.
A local kookaburra watched me lay him in state.

Ochre Workshop

June 16th, 2014  |  Published in practice  |  Leave a comment

Margot Curtis and I enjoyed running an ochre workshop at See Change in the boatshed of the Lady Denman Heritage Complex.

Becoming-Intense, Becoming-Animal, Becoming Imperceptible…

June 9th, 2014  |  Published in exhibitions  |  Leave a comment

My exhibition at Squid Studios in Nowra is up throughout June. The exhibition is a selection of works from my PhD research project at the Australian National University. Squid is open 12-5:30 Tuesday – Thursday.