Year of Days: Summer draws and describes the timescapes which are the contradictions of Australia. Our seasons are harsh and extreme, yet supporting a community increasingly and unconsciously reflecting on its past to create a stronger present.
The constants in our lives are our defining seasons, amid the relational and expressive collage which is the formative relationships which are equally us. We are our people, our seasons, our times, our perceptions. Every day is different, but our seasons are constants. Summer is the illustrative season of Australia, as Winter is for Scandinavia, or Autumn for New England. Year of Days: Summer transcribes the depth and reality of Australia through relationships across Summers, the impermanent meeting the unchanging.