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WOOLI NOCTURNE: a new project

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We are working on a new project whilst on retreat on the NSW north coast. A tentative statement for the work is as follows …

In the interstitial zone between day and night our everyday and prosaic surroundings begin to take on an appearance that is, for us, unfamiliar. Streets and houses, the spaces of our habitation, are illuminated by the afterglow of sunset or by the shaft-like rays from the occasional street light. In this space the homely becomes the uncanny. Perhaps stirring memories of cave dwelling experiences deep within the primitive brain where in the shadows of the coming night, monsters lurk – just beyond the fire’s warm flickering light.

Enjoy … Vicky + Doug

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EASTER @ The Wooli Study and Research Centre

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Easter holidays, (if you can call time working on a PhD ‘holidays’), and we are at the beach at Wooli. While Vicky slogs her way thru Haraway, Latour and the non/more than-human I’m preparing the digital files for the electronic version of my thesis. Sometimes I just feel in-the-moment so much that a camera nearby gets in the act – it compels me to photograph!

An auto-portrait – A montage of montages



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IupUzMv9Js0    DIGGERS BEACH

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yk4vnbzTqOU&feature=channel  WOOLI PINHOLE VIDEO

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hldyc_p__g&feature=relmfu WOOLI – WINDY DAY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qo1IiDDVcoc&feature=related WOOLI BEACH FUN

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April 1, 2012 at 4:13 am

23 Sept Yuraygir National Park Flowers

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I was there

Wrong time of day

But . . .

Here are some

Along the road

I quickly captured

Bright light

On a warm spring day

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September 29, 2011 at 1:57 pm

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