Situated in Australia in the aftermath of a major flood (hypothetical at the time of making the images) ‘Flood Light’ refers to an historic major flood along the Murray River that took place eight years prior to the arrival of the First Fleet in Australia.
The narrative and accompanying series of images in ‘Flood Light’ explore the process of an individual responding to a radically changing reality. The response is one of vulnerability and resilience rather than that of heroism and solutions.
Throughout this series of works the dimensions of time encompasses the different spans of individuals, of western culture, of climate and of geology - connecting cyclic events of the past with the present.
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The prices quoted are Unframed. As the images are in editions of 25 we have not indicated sold works.