Marauding bands of pastoralists 2019 Signed digital print on archival paper Murdering Creek historical documents overlayed with my reflection on the surface of the water at Murdering Creek.
Digital print with cutouts on archival paper 58.5 x 43.5 cm (framed) When introducing myself too country I try and immerse my feet in water, I stand quietly and listen for permission to enter sometime you have to look for the subtle ques. This image was taken in Herberton FNQ. The first time I visited my great grand fathers birth country in 2022.
Murdering Creek 2022 Digital print & vinyl on archival paper 44.6 x 44.6 cm (framed) This image was taken in 2019 when recording sound and video works at Murdering Creek (sunshine coast), the words on the image are from the deconstructed massacre poem
Digital print & archival boundary map 40.6 × 30.5 cm (framed) Our cultural heritage and people is no longer visible – removed – the land disspossed of its original people and replaced with pineapples. ---
Signed digital print on archival paper - It's a daily battle.
Installation shot of part 3 of a 3 component art work that responds to the Murdering Creek massacre, at Lake Weyba, Sunshine Coast QLD. The work was commissioned for the 2019 Floating Land Biennale.Go to link
Self portrait with fruit bowl on my head looking like a helmet, while watching fireworks over Darling Harbour, Sydney. Thinking about the landing of the first fleet.
self portrait with a blood wood tree on country.
A work created while undertaking a residency at the Gushul Studio in Blairemore, Alberta, Canada in 2014
This work was created during the Gushul Studio Residency in 2014, in Canada. Exhibition installation image of the series installed at the QCA, Gallery, Brisbane QLD. Image credit: Lisa Kurtz
This is a memorial to my late Uncles who passed in 2011.
Elmo pelt cloak.
Some fun little sculptures created in 2021
Acrylic, oil stick and cotton stitched into canvas.
A response to Richard Bells Theorem.