Gaia
Gaia
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'dementia' for @formwa in Perth. Depiction of wetlands fading into a collage of moments from the city of early modern planning to skyscraper development in the CBD. Portraits include Alan Bond and Gordon Stephenson
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Moments of perths development from early planning efforts to contemporary architecture. Gordon Stephenson on the top.
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And finally… It begins. A collage of reference to the built environment of the Central Business District from early planning efforts to contemporary architectural moments. Fading into the wetlands of Perth s past. For @formwa on Murray Street
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Detail of Sidney Nolan’s ‘Desert Storm’
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Dom salvado, founder of a Benedictine monastery in New Norcia and the reason why the suburb of Subiaco is named after the town in Italy where the Benedictine Order was first established. A place of religious devotion, education, and darkness in the chapter of the Stolen Generations of Aboriginal children indoctrinated under missionaries. 

Caminar, to walk. The pilgrims path to New Norcia from Subiaco
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Collaboration with @eversiempre for @formwa in subiaco
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Beginning the collaboration with  @eversiempre in Subiaco with @formwa
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John Glover, detail of ‘Patterdale, Van Diemen’s Land’ ghosts of the aboriginal Tasmania. Landed in Perth for @formwa after a crazy flight
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Benin masks for the Oba of the Edo Kingdom stolen from what is now Southern Nigeria during the punitive expedition of 1897 led by Admiral Sir Harry Rawson. This commemorative head o the Oba is currently in the collection of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Finally finishing up my mural for Ade at the @greenmout_lounge . 20 dollars all you can drink on a Friday night!
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'The People Tree' by Pierre du Fayet in alongside the man-made Lake Kittamaqundi in Columbia, MD.
The master work of James Rouse and developer Melvin J Berman, Columbia opened in 1967. The planned community of 10 self contained villages was designed to eliminate racial, religious and class segregation outside of Baltimore, one of the nations’s most exclusionary cities. 
“A City is Not a Tree” by Christopher Alexander explaining the difference in organization of artificial and natural cities by comparing the structure of the tree and the semi lattice.  
‘a city is not a tree’ by Franck Scurti illegal posters in Paris.