Contribution of a mural scale work from the Vortex series. In these images of the binocular (as opposed to ‘binocular images’) the vortex effect arises from convergence; two views of the landscape, photographed from separate viewpoints are superimposed in-camera through superimposition on a particular point.
This point may not be singular, as, depending on the arrangement in depth of objects and sufaces in the scene there will arise a set of nested circles at aligned points in a moire pattern set up by interference between the images. This was an original contribution in the field of lens-based practice which is recognised in the inclusion of this work in this long-running national award.
Originally created in 2004, amended and reprinted in 2005. First seen at an exhibition in 2005 at the Albury City Art Gallery 2005 National Photographic Purchase Award, 3rd August – 4th September 2005. The work was an award finalist in the Albury City Art Gallery 2005 National Photographic Purchase Award.
Field of Research
190503 Lens-based Practice
Socio Economic Objective
970119 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of the Creative Arts and Writing
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