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Who’s Average photo call – Cairns Night Markets, this Saturday

Who’s Average project Sturt Reserve Murray Bridge, South Australia Image courtesy and © Craig Walsh. Photo: Mick Bradley

What: photo call for Who’s Average Project
Where: Cairns Night Markets, 71-75 The Esplanade, Cairns, Qld
When: 5.00pm – 10.00pm Saturday 17 July, 2010
Who: YOU!

This Saturday night Craig will be setting up at the Cairns Night Markets to document people for the Who’s Average project. If you are in Cairns get down to the night market from 5pm to be part of this Australia wide artwork!


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Digital Odyssey will be in Murray Bridge from the 1 February – 11 April 2010. The artist is currently working on a number of projects to be presented in conjunction with the Ripples festival.

The Digital Odyssey work base in the back room of the Country Arts SA Ripples Office

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Our first walk and site visit to the Coorong, four night masterclass planed for here in early March, The salt plains, an obvious feature but rich in potential sites for the project.

Craig and Kimyo


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Our home in Murray Bridge, SA

Our home base for the next two months in Westbrook Tourist Park, Tailem Bend (15kms out of Murray Bridge on the river) during the week, maybe a few other campers, couldn’t get much better , sunsets every evening.

Westbrook Tourist Park, SA

A South Australian sunset

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Crossing the Hay Plains and a night in Parkes Caravan Park

The Hay Plains

Parkes Caravan Park, NSW

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Digital Odyssey’s interaction with nature



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10 days since leaving Brisbane

10 days since leaving Brisbane and now residing in Westbrook Tourist Park, Tallem Bend, with a plot right beside the Murray River. The park is about 20 km’s from Murray Bridge, our first residency on the Odyssey. We move into the studio in Murray Bridge on Monday and start planning and creating works for the next two months.

Great trip down the Newell Highway, primarily dominated by road trains. Highlight – crossing the surreal Hay plains late in the afternoon

Has been a major readjustment for all of us, and only just starting to embrace the advantages of this new way of living and working.

Has been a territorial battle between the three of us to occupy the limited space available but there is a truce at the moment and all have accepted the new boundaries.

Have spent most nights in caravan parks thus far and finding them very inspiring. I have started developing concepts to explore these environments and occupants. I can’t recollect any recent works which have explored these temporal miniaturized suburbs. If anyone has any references, would be interested?

Great opportunity as we will see caravan parks across Australia

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