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WALKING | Caring, writing, walking

January 27, 2013

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Above: Confluence of Huon and Picton Rivers Some decades ago, after hearing him speak at the Queensland Art Gallery, I read a piece by Tim Bonyhady about Lake Pedder. It meshed with my enduring interest in questions of landscape, representation, identity, politics and geography. After bushwalking in Tasmania – we didn’t get to Lake Pedder […]

FIELDWORKING | The Panorama

January 23, 2013

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As noted earlier, I’m using panorama photographs as part of the research, mapping and documentation process for Fieldworking. The panoramic image has been made all the more accessible and seamless since the introduction of digital photography. With the enhanced functionality of mobile phone and digital cameras, the panorama is achievable. For Fieldworking, the panorama offers […]

FIELDWORKING | Aspley Test Run

December 29, 2012

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John and I tested my first walk on our bicycles this week to see if the approach had legs. The cycling experience will be different to walking, but enabled us to get our bearings and consider some relationships, even if at a slightly faster speed. This first walk is a long one and so will […]