A response to space in the natural environment : painting as a phenomenological study of the Blue Mountains, NSW
My Masters research engages with the ways as a painter, I increasingly struggle to give form to my relationship with the Blue Mountains. Although it is a familiar natural environment, this struggle has articulated my research question: Can problems associated with representing vast natural environments like the Blue Mountains be overcome through an analysis of personal embodied experience? This thesis examines the complexities of translating the perceptual and corporeal experience of the Blue...[Show more]
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