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By Gary Warner

elemental analogues

provisional urban s...
By Gary Warner

my review of hiroshi sugimoto’s ‘faraday cage’

read my review of ‘Faraday Cage’ published in Real Time Arts, July 2010

part of the 17th biennale of sydney, sugimoto’s project is a site-specific installation located within a decommissioned power station on cockatoo island…

this short video I made of my visit gives a sense of the work, and . . . → Read More: my review of hiroshi sugimoto’s ‘faraday cage’

progress with the sandstone footings

sunday, 27 june 2010 – spent a cold winter’s day up at the panelbox hut site, finally making progress with the preparation of the sandstone footings. The western, down-slope wall of the building will be supported on a line of three piers, each comprising a pair of blocks.

phil and I . . . → Read More: progress with the sandstone footings

origma solitaria – observations of the rockwarbler

origma nest in cave – september 2004, originally uploaded by nimpitja.

origma solitaria is the binomial name given to a small, unusual and fascinating bird endemic to the sydney sandstone country.

Over the past 15 years I’ve been learning about origmas through direct experience and observation of them in their natural habitat. . . . → Read More: origma solitaria – observations of the rockwarbler

bldgblog and ‘crypto-forestry’

I’ve been a long-time reader of geoff manaugh’s inspiring BLDGBLOG and a recent post therein exploring aspects of urban environments I’ve long found fascinating prompted me to emerge from the virtual shadows and jump into the ‘crypto-forestry’ image pool geoff spawned on flickr…

So, I’ve spent the past couple of evenings trawling . . . → Read More: bldgblog and ‘crypto-forestry’

first sandstone footings on site

12 june 2010 – frosty cold weather up at the land…

– the wetland catchment is a stunning wide mirror made of rainwater…

phil dropped off four of the sandstone blocks during the week…

spent an afternoon rolling, cajoling, heaving and dragging them into position at the corners of the . . . → Read More: first sandstone footings on site