The sculpture Longing, Memory, Sight explores the human histories of the ANZAC story. Representing a page from a notebook or letter at monumental scale, the work gestures to the written correspondence from Australian soldiers to their loved ones.
Evoking a torn and fragile piece of paper, the aluminium sculpture sits upon a granite plinth which contains text from original letters and postcards from soldiers.
The site-specific work marks the beginning of the Ceremonial Walk to the water, where the ANZAC troops departed to the battlefields of the First World War.
Project Title: Longing, Memory, Sight Artwork Location: 67 Forts Road, Albany, Western Australia Year: 2014 Photography: