Fire recently transformed the landscape around Canberra. In a moment the green terrain was rendered a deep blue carbon, ever-folding surface. This land was changed back to primary elemental form, back to a changing, ever-shifting same. This return to a primary element is shocking, shocking in speed and shocking as a reminder of the fragility of existence.
When measured, the human body occupies a relatively small volume, although the pursuit for space is unending. The ‘space appetite’ expands in multiple directions, consuming and engulfing with speed and veracity. The sculpture titled Inversions one to two explores form and structure; it is an architectural response to changing space and place.
Photography: Robert Frith