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MATERIALS USED

Pigment Inkjet Print

DESCRIPTION

Shark Bay is a world heritage listed area, but its incredible biodiversity is not immediately visible, and therefore not immediately understood by ‘outsiders’. An aerial perspective reveals these boundaries; between the bay and the ocean, between feral destruction and regrowth/re-habitation, between European colonisation and country, between landscape and ‘the lie of the land’, between eternity and ourselves, and the idea that there are ways of mapping reality other than those that dominate our everyday consciousness.

TAGS

Shark Bay, Australia, Western Ausralia, Ocean, Water, Seascape