“Waves of History” is a nod to a sense of place and community gathering that is counted in thousands and thousands of years, not hundreds.
This post discusses another way of thinking about history, as waves, as timelessness, non-linear. As stories making place.
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Place. As much as it is a geographical location, it is also an abstract thought, a concept—a palimpsest of memories, stories, histories, images, smells, sensations, tastes, people, songs.
Continue reading “Painting Place, Prodding Past”
The Lobethal Woollen Mill is an inspirational collection of heritage buildings melding into the social history of the township. Each building changes with the time of day, the weather and my own interpretations, nurturing makers and creators since 1869, when the Onkaparinga Blanket was first made.
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The Skateboard and Canvas Incident.
‘Water Shortage’ was destined for an exhibition in 2018. And it nearly made it, if not for the undeniable rip in the canvas. Continue reading “Canvas Repairs”
Agnes’ Shoes is inspired by the journey of author, Hannah Kent, who researched Agnes Magnúsdóttir—the last person to be executed in Iceland (1830)—for her debut novel, ‘Burial Rites’. Continue reading “Iceland in Agnes’s Shoes”