Photographic Tunnelling

Ice cores present us with frozen snapshots of time, a series of preserved moments. Using the process of ice core sampling in Antarctica as a framework, Photographic Tunnelling seeks to peer down through layers of landscape and our representation of it, and subsequently examine the samples retrieved.

In this work, layers of temporal sediments allow us to move between two landscapes; the salt lakes of Central Victoria and the snow-capped lava fields of Iceland, two locations almost opposite each other on the globe. This project ‘photographically tunnels’ between them, from rock and ice, to salt crystals and sediment.

15 Aug - 20 Sep

Wangaratta Art Gallery

55-60 Ovens Street Wangaratta VIC 3677