#5 - Human Ecology

Can Dit by Naturesface

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Can Dit by Naturesface

 

"Humans and nature construct one another."
- Alexander Wilson, 1992


Listen> by Cassie Tongue

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listen point-click type here, press the ʻenterʼ key so loudly i can barely hear the voices screaming into mobile phones (no one cares that dinnerʼs at seven sharp and that heʼs late again, that cad) and i just want to scream rip the phone from your ear and throw it into an espresso machine.

Cloudburst> by Tim Parish

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Mr History> by Jonathon Carmichael

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4:35 PM the end of slavery is approaching for the day. I get in my door about six, that fuck in the apartment next door just gave me that look again. Sit down, contemplate my next move that is obviously related to food. Buy it, cook it, not eat, go to a friend's house and eat their mother's cooking. Someone is at the door, I can hear them marauding out the front of my apartment, the door is open, I shout and Mr. History enters. He sits on the couch, reaches in his bag and pulls out his mix bowl, scissors and a bag of Chiba. Well, a three-course meal has arrived for someone.


cross our fingers

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cross our fingerscross our fingers

Rock Alien

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Rock AlienThe human element is embedded in the landscape. (from Naturesface series)

Namaste

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Namaste
The gesture Namaste represents the belief that there is a Divine spark within each of us. An acknowledgment of the soul in one by the soul in another.This piece is a spiral of growth. Branches rotate from the centre gathering more and more leaves before pulsating out into the clouds and spreading over the earth. The central spiral is an ammonite fossil which were abundant 175 million to 65 m

Ah, white man, have you any sacred sites?

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White Man Totem photo: Rak Razam / shazaman@netspace.net.au

by Denis Kevans 63 Valley Rd, Wentworth Falls NSW 2782

Ah, white man, I am searching for the sites, sacred to you, Where you walk, in silent worship, and you whisper poems too, Where you tread, like me, in wonder, and your eyes are filled with tears, And you see the tracks you’ve travelled down your fifty thousand years.

Listen

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Street Talk photo: Tim Parish / art@undergrowth.org

by Cassie Tongue velvetandlace@gmail.com

point-click type here, press the ʻenterʼ key so loudly i can barely hear the voices screaming into mobile phones (no one cares that dinnerʼs at seven sharp and that heʼs late again, that cad) and i just want to scream

Hey Newstart, thanks for the good times

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Centrelink photo: Rak Razam / shazaman@netspace.net.au

by Callum Scott c.scott4@pgrad.unimelb.edu.au

itʼs not a great main street in fact itʼs awful KFC, Mackers, Safeway, Banks, Smoko Shops, Bakerʼs Delight, Pokie Pubs the usual array of muck. somebody called me a faggot yesterday as I walked down the main street.

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