Seven hinged cabinets.
Each 60 x 45 x 50cm
Silver gelatin prints, duplicating film,
Seven hinged cabinets reflected the colonisation of
Tasmanian landscape through the use of aerial photographs. A ‘window’
in each cabinet (see below left) contained a diorama which commented
on the relationship to landscape.
The dioramas contained a variety of imagery including;
roadsigns, historical images and photographs and suggested a less
more allegorical interpretation of history.