Death Watch Lives Again


Absolutely thrilled that Death Watch, the work I made in 2012 for Screen Space, is currently showing at the Incinerator Gallery in Moonee Ponds – right in the heart of the community and place which inspired the work.

It’s part of Construction, which is a pretty great show curated by Richard Ennis, all about the changes to our built environment – planned and unplanned – and their consequences.

It’s on until the 10 November, and includes work by Greer Honeywill, Brendan Lee, Robert Hague and Richard Giblett, as well as yours truly.



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