Anatomy of Deep Creek, longitude - 035.655200, latitude unknown
This series is the result of a three-year relationship between the photographer, the materialities of place and rituals of practice. The images are not digital contracts but captured in-situ on an ancient mile of rock that fronts the Southern Ocean in South Australia.
Embedded in the stone coast where these photographs were found are geophysiological narratives of living cycles that articulate our collective evolution. This work is a remembrance of sorts, not in the way photographs collect memories, but as an experiential reminder of our semiotic relationship with nature.
Each photograph was captured using an wooden field camera, shot on film and printed with pigment ink on cotton paper.