In 2017, the work I submitted to the Bay of Fires art prize (St Helens, Tasmania) was included in the 47 finalists. Hurrah! Here's a photo of it. The work consist of 30 A4 photographic sub-images, printed on paper, mounted on aluminium sheet. These sub-images are arranged five at a time in an array of six vertical panels. Now you see an almost abstract, entire single image. Just to keep you on your toes, the panels are arranged so that they "jump" up and down. The whole work is what I call "naked". There is no frame, no glass, no matt board. You can touch it. You can wash it like your car. You can clean off any finger prints with soapy water. The original full image was taken on the Pencil Pine River, in Cradle Mountain Nat Park. No, it's not manipulated with Photoshop. To see it, click on the thumb nail. Click again on the new image, and you see the whole thing in its full glory.
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Bay of Fires 2017  entry

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