Carwarp
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I have another  Mallee trip planned in early November with my base camp being  at Murrayville.  So I took the opportunity  whilst traveling along the Calder Highway between Ouyen and Mildura to rendezvous  with Judith Crispin  to  go to Lajamanu … Read More

exhibition no. 1
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We–Gilbert Roe, Eric Algra and myself-— are having an exhibition at the Atkins Photo Lab gallery  opening October 7th, 2016.  This is a  kick starter exhibition  for the project,  as it were. We each have an individual  section in the gallery for our images and … Read More

silos + memory
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I noticed  this silo  when I was driving from Lameroo to Karoonda  on my way back to Victor Harbor after the silo photoshoot at Lameroo.  It was  near  a little hamlet or settlement called Kulkami in the southern Mallee.  There was no railway line near the … Read More

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Space/place
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The  images   in this  portfolio  explore the space /place dialectic  of the South Australian and the Victorian Wimmera Mallee. They  were made  during the collaborative Mallee Routes  of the project  (2017-2019),  then  the  second solo phrase of the project … Read More

Peake’s sacred sites
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Today these war memorials embody the Anzac Legend, which continues to lie at the centre of Australian identity. The Anzac Legend holds that Australian War Memorials represent the soul of the nation. The Legend’s current function and place within Australian culture is that of a creation story: it distills the Australian identity in one historical moment–the nation was born on the battlefields of Gallipoli. It is a creation story— nations are made in war—-but one that excludes the Frontier Wars in our Anzac Day commemorations.… Read More

water-towers in the Mallee
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Although it is the grain silos along the old railway lines that dominate the landscape in the Mallee, the odd-looking, elevated water towers also stand out in the regional landscape.… Read More

ruins
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The decaying and empty houses in the dying small towns is one of the most obvious features of the Mallee in South Australia and Victoria, and it is largely the result of the de-population of the inland countryside that started in the late 20th century around the 1970s. An era was coming to a close. … Read More

Background
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Background: Photographing the Mallee The Photographing the Mallee project consists of two stages. The first stage, known as Mallee Routes,  began in early 2017. It was a collaborative  3 year project between  2017-2020 by three photographers–Eric Algra, Gilbert Roe and Gary … Read More

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