The fatal shore
- enamel, masonite, plywood and metal signs on board
- Further information
This work depicts a working crane at Port Botany, Sydney. The title, The fatal shore, not only relates to Robert Hughes’ book from 1987 but is also a reference to the location of this work, Botany Bay, the founding place of European Australia. It is a slightly smaller work than in my normal practice but by no means less powerful.
- Jasper Knight
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