The exhibition at Murray Bridge Regional Gallery in South Australia has been shifted to 2019/2020 and it has been given larger space–the main gallery. The exhibition is a summing up exhibition of the 1st 3 years of the collaborative Mallee Routes project between Eric Algra, Gilbert Roe and myself.
This kind of late photography in the era of television and newer technologies turns up late, wanders through the places where things have happened, and explores the effects of the activity of a world gone. Though people are absent in this photography of traces, fragments, empty buildings there is a lot of remnants of activity
I leave for another road trip to Balranald early Tuesday (11th September) morning. I need to build up some large format images for the forthcoming collaborative Mallee Routes exhibition at the Murray Bridge Regional Gallery early in 2019. I just don’t have enough work for this last collaborative exhibition, and I need to make the pictures before it becomes too hot to photograph in the northern Mallee. I plan to camp… Read More
I am currently working on making another Mallee Routes photobook. It includes 35mm black and white images of the South Australia Mallee that I made in the 1980s, and it will have a small introduction. At this stage I have the selected and edited a bunch of small prints that are currently spread out on the table in the office.