Riverstone Studies

2016-2018

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Drawings made with water & stone

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Riverstone Studies | 2016-2018

graphite & riverwater on paper, dimensions variable

A series of graphite and water experiments developed on residency* in Glasgow 2016 - 'Riverstone studies'. The Riverstone studies came out of observing and interacting with a post-glacial landscape, utilizing the river (its water, movement, bank and stones) to make the works.

The Riverstone studies continued back in Australia 2017 with 'Rain' and 'Melt' series, contributing to a dialogue around the cultural importance of carbon and water during a period of changing climate and precarious environmental and societal sustainability.


*Courtesy of the Mark Henry Cain Memorial Scholarship (2015)

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IN THE FIELD.

Created during 2 month residency at the Glasgow School of Arts courtesy of the Mark Henry Cain Memorial Scholarship (2015).

Photographs of the the beginning of the project in the field - a riverbank in Scotland. 2016.

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FEATURED IN:

'TERRAFORMED' solo exhibition - 220 Creative Space, Sydney. 2018

• National Art School Postgraduate Exhibition 2017

Created during residency at the Glasgow School of Arts (courtesy of Mark Henry Cain Memorial Scholarship), 2016


RELATED WORKS: RAIN · MELT