Scuba diving to see the world upside down. Gasping for air when you break the waters surface. Travelling across the desert to see a herd of buffalo kick up the dust. Running from a hungry lion. Climbing a mountain to see the village below as a small dot. Seeing a whole forrest go up in flames. Laying on the grass to see an ant colony appear as a great civilisation. Being bitten by a red back spider. Clinging to the edge of a cliff. Fingers gripping the sharp edge. Your arms flexing to hold your increasingly heavy body. Look down at the world, spiralling under you. Tremble. Gaze at the magnificence of the world. Falling through the air.
- Excerpt from The Subject / The Sublime, words by Arie Rain Glorie
|Party People (36 Hours)|| 2012
|Projector Bike|| 2012
|Art Room Annotated|
|Contra Relationship Agreements – bits and pieces for now|
|1000 Things|| PhD
|Writing a Brief|| PhD
|words about 1000 things, edited|
We respectfully acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Eastern Kulin Nation as traditional custodians, on whose unceded lands we work and live.
We respectfully acknowledge elders – past, present and emerging. And we extend our deepest respects to all First Nations peoples. In the context of the work we do, we express gratitude for our shared connection through place, to the oldest continuing cultures on earth.
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