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Abandoned cubby huts: a site of dreaming and decay

Armstrong, Daniel 2010, Abandoned cubby huts: a site of dreaming and decay, Daniel Armstrong, Castlemaine, Vic..

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Title Abandoned cubby huts: a site of dreaming and decay
Formatted title Abandoned cubby huts: a site of dreaming and decay
Creator(s) Armstrong, Daniel
Contributor(s) Wakely, Mark
Rutherford, Jennifer
Mealor, Dennis
Year presented 2010
Publisher Daniel Armstrong
Place of publication Castlemaine, Vic.
Material type catalog
Resource type still image
Description of resource 32 p. : ill ; 21.000 x 015.000 cm.
Summary The Cubby Hut is a powerful symbolic structure, an archetypal structure, and a place of imagination, dreams, refuge and adventure. The Cubby is ephemeral and passes from our childhood exploration of the world and into the dreams and memories of adulthood. These cubby huts are primarily built from and located in the landscape and are intrinsically linked to this context; they are landscape as architecture and architecture as landscape and in construction they articulate a connection between the imagination and landscape and decay as they return to the land and the psyche.
Notes The Abandoned Cubby Huts photographic exhibition and catalogue was presented at C3 Contemporary Art Space, The Abbotsford Convent, Victoria from 21st July-8th Aug. 2010 in Gallery 3 as part of Exhibition No. 24. It was also presented at The Gallery Of Australian Design in Canberra from 9th Feb-12th March 2011.
Language eng
Field of Research 190599 Visual Arts and Crafts not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 950104 The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft)
HERDC Research category J2 Minor original creative work
ERA Research output type JO4 Original creative work - Other
Copyright notice ©2011, Daniel Armstrong
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30036818

Document type: Other
Collection: School of Communication and Creative Arts
 
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