1 - 28 October 2017
For the last four years, New York-based photographer Douglas Holleley has been working on an extended homage to Arthur Stace, the man who wrote “Eternity” on the pavements of Sydney from the 1940s to the 60s. Spending a month in Hill End will afford Holleley the opportunity to resolve issues around the concept of ‘eternity’ in relation to this body of work. He will also use his residency to photograph the visual impressions of and from the road from Bathurst to Hill End, and to document the “folk sculpture” found (or perhaps displayed) in the yards and grounds at Hill End.
IMAGES: (L to R) Douglas Holleley Lily Pond with Lignam-like structure. Ink jet on paper. 40 x 28cm. Image courtesy of the artist. Douglas Holleley Garden Portal. Ink jet on paper. 40 x 28cm. Image courtesy of the artist. MENU IMAGE: Douglas Holleley Portal from Garden to Adjacent Field. Ink jet on paper. 40 x 28cm. Image courtesy of the artist.