Shot at the 18th Biennale of Sydney

Shot at the 18th Biennale of Sydney

Lady caught in Fog35mm filmMore photos from the set to come

Lady caught in Fog

35mm film

More photos from the set to come

Set for a recent photography project.

wickert99:

A few of live nude drawings from NAS average 15 ~ 20 minute sittings. There are a lot of these under my bed

The Walkers; a high pitch whine that emits their coming.  
Strong as they get close now; a guttural tearing sound no longer heard but felt.
Fleshmetal ripping; reformation and mutation in every stride. 
Static objects; now animated against their very nature, no wonder they scream. 

We’ve been hiding from them for three years now. Always on the move. They sense us. We are quicker but they are unrelenting, they never stop.

The keening crescendos once one of ours is caught. Cacophonic battles between some poor devil who tripped up or slept too long.                          
I’ve seen it happen; stuck in death-squabbles the subject seems to disappear granularly from the inside middle, the brain and the toes the last thing to go.

Of the twenty four that appeared none have been scratched. We poured millennia of technological deluge upon them but they sist to cease.  

That’s what turned the Sky.  

Is this our punishment? 

Found text, April 2018.
Written on the walls of a suburban house, Warners Bay, Australia.
Author not present    


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Photomedia project ‘Surreal’. I would have liked to work more with these images but due dates mean letting go at points… which is probably a good thing.
 

thisisyourblindspot:

Baby gas mask and shoe.
Pripyat kindergarten, Chernobyl; couple of weeks ago.
You can see the rest of my photos from Pripyat here.

thisisyourblindspot:

Baby gas mask and shoe.

Pripyat kindergarten, Chernobyl; couple of weeks ago.

You can see the rest of my photos from Pripyat here.

I luff you sushi but GOSH DANG you fade like a bitch.
 

viewfromkingstreet:

You know…I’ve always though that the problem with Hunter Mall ain’t the inner city rail line, it’s GPT. GPT has been, frankly, a disaster for Newcastle CBD. Now GPT is back in the Herald saying it might revive it’s on again off again Hunter Mall plans “if the Government removes the rail line”. It also reveals that it has been keeping properties empty on the Mall but is now starting to re-tenant them. What does this mean?
It means that there’s always been underlying demand for rental property on the Mall BUT that GPT has ignored this to forcibly keep properties off the rental market, it also means that after a year on sale no developer wants to buy the company’s land packages, and lastly it means that there are shareholders starting to question why there are all these underperforming assets lying fallow in Newcastle.
Now I know that GPT has been good to Renew Newcastle, but it has been in its own interests for it to have tenants who can be booted out quickly. It wants a low level of activity in the Mall so that it looks populated, without developing the Mall into a thriving economic entity. After all, if it thrived people might resist redeveloping heritage properties or might attract business away from its existing Charlestown Square asset.
GPT originally bought all its properties in the Mall with the intention of effectively demolishing them. It has therefore never deeply invested in them or maintained them well or renovated anything. Neither has it sought long term tenants because of “pending” redevelopment or “pending” sale.
So if you want to blame someone for the state of the inner CBD, point at them. To tie a 600 million dollar development to something as uncertain as getting the public to pay a similar sum to rip up infrastructure is at best politically naive or worst plain stupid. But perhaps they’ll get their way. In the meantime, don’t forgive the ten years of crappy politics, uncertainty and economic stagnation they’ve brought into the centre of town.




viewfromkingstreet
:

You know…I’ve always though that the problem with Hunter Mall ain’t the inner city rail line, it’s GPT.

GPT has been, frankly, a disaster for Newcastle CBD. Now GPT is back in the Herald saying it might revive it’s on again off again Hunter Mall plans “if the Government removes the rail line”. It also reveals that it has been keeping properties empty on the Mall but is now starting to re-tenant them. What does this mean?

It means that there’s always been underlying demand for rental property on the Mall BUT that GPT has ignored this to forcibly keep properties off the rental market, it also means that after a year on sale no developer wants to buy the company’s land packages, and lastly it means that there are shareholders starting to question why there are all these underperforming assets lying fallow in Newcastle.

Now I know that GPT has been good to Renew Newcastle, but it has been in its own interests for it to have tenants who can be booted out quickly. It wants a low level of activity in the Mall so that it looks populated, without developing the Mall into a thriving economic entity. After all, if it thrived people might resist redeveloping heritage properties or might attract business away from its existing Charlestown Square asset.

GPT originally bought all its properties in the Mall with the intention of effectively demolishing them. It has therefore never deeply invested in them or maintained them well or renovated anything. Neither has it sought long term tenants because of “pending” redevelopment or “pending” sale.

So if you want to blame someone for the state of the inner CBD, point at them. To tie a 600 million dollar development to something as uncertain as getting the public to pay a similar sum to rip up infrastructure is at best politically naive or worst plain stupid. But perhaps they’ll get their way. In the meantime, don’t forgive the ten years of crappy politics, uncertainty and economic stagnation they’ve brought into the centre of town.

Purple heads because purple fucking heads!
Newcastle