We travel through the country, full of vistas and space. We know about distance, it takes days of driving to get to the edges. There is time to see. Closest is the speed-swept details, individual trees and shrubs, at this depth there is definition and form. Further back the landscape merges, becomes pattern and texture, shadow and light. In the far distance, where we are headed, the bulk and mass of ranges. There is no detail, only the collective vapour of eucalyptus leaves visible from afar, the distinct Australian haze that renders the land mute but vibrant.
Tassie Oak, glass, velvet
Place was made by Oscar Prieckaerts
and photographed by Noel McLaughlin - this work wouldn't have happened without them.
This work won the Australian Furniture Design Award 2017