LPE

He found himself stumbling, blinded by light after light, deafened by reflection after reflection. This was the wilderness of mirrors and no matter where he turned the spectre of himself was already there.

Apr 17
TO SEE ONE’S REFLECTION IN THE LENS IS TO REALISE THAT THE MOMENT HAS PASSED. (PHOTO BY MORIYAMA DAIDO)

TO SEE ONE’S REFLECTION IN THE LENS IS TO REALISE THAT THE MOMENT HAS PASSED. (PHOTO BY MORIYAMA DAIDO)


SUGIMOTO DREAMING (PHOTO BY SHAYNE BOWDEN)

SUGIMOTO DREAMING (PHOTO BY SHAYNE BOWDEN)


Apr 9
ASSISTED CROSSING (PHOTO BY SOICHIRO MIHARA)

ASSISTED CROSSING (PHOTO BY SOICHIRO MIHARA)


Apr 8

INCIDENTAL TOKYO (2)


INCIDENTAL TOKYO (1)


INCIDENTAL KAGOSHIMA


INCIDENTAL KAMAKURA


INCIDENTAL KYOTO (FEB, 2014)


Mar 29

AND THUS WE RECORDED


Feb 16

PILBURA FIELD MISSION (PT2) THANKS TO PETE WEST FOR HIS ENDLESS HOURS DRIVING


Feb 15

PILBURA FIELD MISSION WITH SYMBIOTICA (PT1)


AND SO GOODBYE TO A LINE

“If we look to the Brisbane River as a metaphor for culture; like the river, we must strive to be constant but never solid. We must remember that our tidal flats, the transient fringes and zones of transformation are often the most fertile places in which new growth (and innovation) can occur. What is born in these transient zones eventually flows into the river’s central channels, offering sustenance and revitalisation. Without these spaces, without the foundation of the fringe, our river would become a dead one, carrying a traffic of water without life.”


TO SPEAK ILL OF THE DEAD, IS NOT THE SAME AS ASKING QUESTIONS OF THEIR ACTIONS.


Feb 14
IT ROLLED, AND ROLLED AGAIN BEFORE TUMBLING INTO THE SKY. (CORAL BAY, JANUARY 2014)

IT ROLLED, AND ROLLED AGAIN BEFORE TUMBLING INTO THE SKY. (CORAL BAY, JANUARY 2014)


Feb 12
LPE, TOKYO, ICC SAT FEB 22. PONDERING THE NOTION OF TIME IN THE PILBURA AND BEYOND

LPE, TOKYO, ICC SAT FEB 22. PONDERING THE NOTION OF TIME IN THE PILBURA AND BEYOND


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