Undercurrents (2015)
HDV, surround sound, 30m 45s

Undercurrents is a moving image and sound work that traces the pathway of water as it travels through the distinct sites of the Keiwa Hydroelectric Scheme. This work is an audio-visual mapping that documents changes of place and time over a 12 hour day — from the first moments of the dawn ice-melt, to the last stages of dusk as the current is halted by the dark water of Junction Dam.

This project was created during a supported residency at The Bogong Centre for Sound Culture and was acquired by the Parliament House Art Collection for their national archive in 2016.