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Pattern Boat Transformation

While I worked on this print  time seemed to slow, we were emerging from an epidemic, traffic in the normally busy area of the Breakfast Creek studio very quiet, people walking, boats reflecting, a calm but unstable energy. A book I’d read last year … Continue reading

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James Rogers Tunnelvision

I was invited by the artist to write this essay earlier in the year, it will be published in the catalogue accompanying his survey show at the Drill Hall Gallery, Canberra¬†from 31st July to 27th September 2020.   Plunged in … Continue reading

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Parallel Lives

20 years ago duo Massive Attack brought out the album Mezzanine crackling with cached sounds of heartbeats and musical interludes that haunt the weave of its fabric for emotional focus. The modernist idea of always undoing what you did before … Continue reading

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