Picnic at Ngannelong (2019), C-Type print, 179 x 117 cm
This photograph comes from a larger series exploring the damaging and sometime violent destruction of the Australian landscape.
So many photographs of rural Australia often represent the country as an empty place. I’m doing so, they negate the tens-of-thousands of years of Indigenous occupation that went into shaping the landscape.
I do this by creating physical interventions onto the photographic negative and scarring the image.