About the artwork:
A diagram of a river that might be familiar. Modern navigation references and markers and abstractions like map grids are ignored in order to re-orient our vision to a more relative framework of place and space over the long sweep of time. Part infographic, part map, it’s orientation is sunrise and its scale is in years. It asks how it might feel to be lost in a familiar place.
(Please note, some image proportions do not match the preview display. Click the image to see the full photograph.)
150 x 450
Oil paint, acrylic varnish and whitewash on wood panel [0.81 square metres]
About the artist:
I have lived in the Newcastle / Hunter since 1990.