Looking at the Hiroshima Panels: The work shares a place alongside Picasso’s raw and direct Guernica , Goya’s clarity in The Disasters of War series, and strength found in Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel ceiling.Read More >
Some reflections on social media and taking personal action after the election steal of May 19th.Read More >
I stopped directly feeding Facebook algorithms on the 19th of May 2019 post the Australian Federal election. I pushed the…Read More >
I have begun stitching together past threads of my life. This is a google map photo of The Abbey in…Read More >
This urban development caught my eye when in West Berlin. I did not record the street name or the architect’s name…but from memory, I think it was Albert Speer’s son. Is there anyone out there who can help? And, I wonder if the development still exists?Read More >
A short essay outlining our position as two of these “technocrats” using our technical skills to assist the indigenous minority…Read More >
From the archives 1978. Projects at the time of the closure of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Housing Panel.Read More >
A fragment from the family archives. Looking for new ways of living in the 1970’s.Read More >
So who is an artist and what is art?Read More >
The currawongs are gathering at the moment. The trees are full of adolescents mixing it with the magpies.
And so comes this regal bird. Curious.