This project employs environmental dance and photography to explore the interconnected relationships between humans, particularly women, and the Australian Natural environment. Through both choreography and improvised environmental dance, this project explores how such processes, as a form of generating new ecological knowledge and deeper human connections to the body, can more broadly reinforce relationships between humans and the natural environment. The medium of photography and video is used to facilitate the exploration of time and the body’s relationship to space and morality. Moreover, photography can consolidate the momentary or collective ‘trace’ of the human form on the landscape – embedding the body in the space yet also obscuring it.
Exhibition of The Space Between Place. Archival inkjet prints and handmade custom frames. Please email if you are interested in purchasing these limited edition prints.