Fobitu , 2007 Sculpture by the Sea , Sydney
" Is it fobitu you want"? I wanted hardwood , but what was fobitu? From there on I discovered the local history tied to this Australian icon-the fobitu (4"x2").
Unfolding 2008 Wandering the Wollondilly, Goulburn
The dual cultural representation of indigenous and non- indigenous people enables the community to move "to unfold" together through regenerating the land and river, by sharing a common responsibility for the environment.
Winds of Change (message-stick) 2009 Lake George , Australia
Dual cultural communication is now essential in this period of post colonisation and climate-change as we need to find a sustainable solution to keep our bio-diversity.