Dreams and terrors was created in collaboration with Jessica Brooke Anderson and exhibited at Canberra Contemporary Art Space Manuka in Canberra in 2016. This contemplative installation of prints was made whilst working as Artists in Residence at Megalo Print Studio and Gallery.
The works were created in response to a journey into the Flinders Ranges in South Australia. Our research site – the rich and fascinating Arkaroola Station – is a wilderness area marked by stunning ridges of sedimentary rock and alive with the stories of the original Indigenous inhabitants and marked by the complicated history of colonial settlement.
We spent our time at Arkaroola walking, driving and flying over the area, paying close attention to the details we observed in our surroundings, recording our observations in photographs, videos and drawings then translating them into screen prints and digital prints on a during our residency in Canberra.