Blue eyed monsters, walking eagle shadows, cheeky suns, dancing kangaroos and one eyed monkeys are the inhabits of work headspace.
In 2011 I received a $12,000 Noosa Travel Scholarship to develop and strengthen my art practise as a young artist. This scholarship carried me all the way from the Sculpture Department at Oxford University England, to puppet studies in Prague, then to the high desert of New Mexico USA to create public sculpture with the Institute of American Indian Arts and other artists.
This exhibition presents puppets, sculptures, music videos and movie props created and inspired by these adventures from remote Australia to across the globe. Environmentally conscious, the stop animation puppets are from recycled cardboard, unopened junk and potentially important mail, catalogues, plastic bags, wire, left over paint from the Western Desert and old X’rays.