This selection of Box Brownie Panoramas were captured during a 5-week artist residency on Flinders Island, Tasmania in late 2014. The panoramas are unconventional landscape photographs presenting a world where the linear stream of time is fractured and overlapped amongst exposures; where past, present and memory merge as one.
This series utilizes the basic function of a 1930’s box camera to create imagery through multiple, in-camera exposures inspired by the ambiguous and ever changing nature of the sky and its relationship to the landscape below.
Each image has an edition of 8:
5 small prints (approx 30cm x 100cm) & 3 large prints (approx 60 x 200cm)