Pier to Peer, 2016

A cinematic visualisation (coming soon)

Pier to Peer was developed as part of Arts House’s program Time Place Space:NOMAD in Wotjobaluk Country of the Wergeia Language Group in December 2016.

TPS-16 Lake Natimuk Photo Sarah Jane Pell, 2016

Notes, Narration, Video & Field recording by Natimuk Lake: Sarah Jane Pell. Post-production, Melbourne.

In this short work, Sarah Jane Pell explores a counter visualisation of leaving earth rather than returning to earth: a resurrection rather than a burial. Searching time, place, space and air to find a new vantage for renewal and custodianship of the planet by evolving not disolving or dissapearing into the past. Expanding with time space.

This is a reaction to a workshop visualisation by Emily Johnson #TPS16 Day 3

Time Place Space:NOMAD was supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria #TPS16 #TimePlaceSpaceNomad #ArtsHouseMelb

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