Absolutely in love with this. There’s a sense of realism with a blend of imagination the more you look out toward the landscape. It made me nostalgic for something and someplace unknown. Funny, cause when I did some research on him turns out his work blends memories of the dry barren landscape of Peru (where he’s from) with new visions drawn from Australian life. So in a way he is incorporating that memory of his home town in Peru. The then vs. the now, the real vs. the imaginary, the close vs. the far all in one.
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