Paul Harmon, artist of the exhibition, WaterMarks, uses innovative methods of editing and drone technology to produce sky-high (we’re talking 2-3 kilometres high) imagery of the country surrounding Murray-Darling Basin.
Nicole chats with Paul Harmon about his methods and how this project evolved from an aesthetic project with an attraction to water, to an inquiry into a journey into connection to identity and country.
The exhibition is being shown with support of the Barkandjil, Ngemba, Euahlayi and Wayilwan Nations peoples. You can read more about the Murray-Darling Basin Royal Commission here.
WaterMarks, Casula Powerhouse, 15 February – 24 March, free.