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Burns Beach (Mooro Boodjar) 29th December 1696

Burns Beach (Mooro Boodjar) 29th December 1696

Burns Beach (Mooro Boodjar) 29th December 1696

Medium: Indigo Ink, Katazome Paste, PhotoLuminescent pigment, Wax on Canvas

160cmH x 160cmW x 12cm D


Exhibited as part of IAP21 - Invitation Art Prize Joondalup 2021


This Artwork was Acquired by The City of Joondalup Art Collection


Joondalup foreshore Burns Beach (Mooro Boodjar), on the 29th of December 1696; the day when William Vlamingh’s three Dutch ships sailed past this spot.  Significantly, the ships appear only at the periphery of the artwork, privileging the pre-colonised view.    The eroding tamala limestone shoreline platforms slowly, imperceptibly change form, assaulted by wind and ocean currents…and time, moves on.

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