Moleskine: Sleeping on the train. Texta & Pencil, 2011.
My internship being in the city and my house being in the suburbs means increased time on public transport; most of the time I’m co-ordinating my hypothetical situations that will never happen to whats playing on my ipod, but sometimes I observe other people and draw them.
On commission, Dupain took thousands of photographs of the Sydney Opera House, revealing its construction from beginning to end. Later he described the completed building from a photographer’s perspective: ‘As the light moves across it during the day, it changes its form and shape… it’s full of moods… and photographically speaking, its form is fantastic’ (1986).
Story: The artist spent most of his youth as a stockman working the country around the Bungle Bungle Ranges (Purnululu) south of Turkey Creek. Jack knows this country intimately and paints all the stories that belong to it.