I hope that we have learnt to be suspicious of grand philosophies.
Ugliness is hard to grasp, an untidy concept . . .
Natural aesthetics is one way people living apart from nature (most people in the 'developed' world' can get to know…
In the dimness I sense the sand moving, an army of Soldier Crabs is on the march, thousands of them.
‘What the hell am I doing here?’
Landscape isn’t always lying . . .
The sky shaved clean of all cloud leaves plenty of room for birds.
The Bloodwoods are refusing straight lines, waving branches, intercepting the early light.
'They capture a moment in Australian art history when artists were actively seeking out new ideas and inspiration to seize…
Endless transformations of the autonomous world, endless rehearsals . . .