The Terrestrial Scene

April - July 2019
Broken Hill


  
Temporary creatures occupying a place with a long history

We are visiting Broken Hill over two periods in Autumn and Winter to undertake a project in the community with the support of the Broken Hill Regional Gallery. We will be exploring the surrounding landscapes, contemplating geological time and our own particular response to it. This from the understanding that knowledge of nature should not be obtained by force and through observation of nature there comes an implied understanding of ourselves.

 

Alongside this we will be working with people from the community to tell a more easily identifiable human scale story of landscape transformation, lead concentration and community response to adversity.

Marking time  Mundi Mundi Plains
  • Field studies 1  / Round Hill
  • Field studies 1  / Mundi Mundi / Round Hill
  • Field studies 1  / Mount Darling Creek
  • Field studies 1  / Mundi Mundi
The terrestrial scene (work in progress) / Sound Gail Priest, additions and edited by Paul Mosig
  • Where we are / The Silverton Gaol and Historical Museum
  • Where we are / The Silverton Gaol and Historical Museum
  • Where we are / The Silverton Gaol and Historical Museum
  • Where we are / The Silverton Gaol and Historical Museum
  • Where we are / The Silverton Gaol and Historical Museum
  • Where we are / The Silverton Gaol and Historical Museum
  • Where we are / The Silverton Gaol and Historical Museum
  • Where we are / Line of Lode Miners Memorial
  • Where we are / Broken Hill