2007

I call this work - 33 degrees South, 151 degrees East. The name refers to the approximate geographical location of the area on the Cooks River from where the 'sticks' used in this assemblage came from. The 'sticks' for this type of work invariably come from places that are of special significance to me. Cooks River is close to where I live and I walk regularly along its banks.

The work is made up of four wooden panels of approximately 30cm x 15cm. The 'sticks' are eucalyptus twigs and wattle that were collected on my river walks




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