Sequence Logistiquas, 2013

Beaver Gallery
81 Dennison StDeakinACT 2600

Directors Martin and Susie Beaver
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Surface of Last Scattering

A cloud seen from above looks to have a surface strong enough to walk on even though we know there is nothing more to it than water vapour. The sun too presents as a solid sphere despite the fact that it is nothing more than a gaseous ball without a hard boundary between it and the space beyond. What appears to be from a distance an impenetrable boundary becomes proximally the fog that we enter unhindered; the dense mist that on yielding comes to surround us with solid walls that are just as illusory. These are the surfaces of last scattering.

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