An interactive work made in response to the landscape and people from the small isolated town of Mukinbudin, Western Australia. The work presents a range of gestures of acknowledgement that local people make to one another when passing in their cars and trucks. Visitors entering or leaving the gallery space receive a wave triggered by a motion sensor in the room. This work travelled to Regional Galleries around Australia as part of the Spaced: Art Out of Place tour. In each exhibition the video was situated in an area of the gallery where the work could be triggered when viewers entered or left the space.
Regional Galleries included: Fremantle Arts Centre WA, Plimsoll Gallery TAS, Alcoa Madura Art Gallery WA, Geralton Regional Gallery WA, LaTrobe Regional Gallery VIC, Swan Hill Regional Gallery VIC, Bunbury Regional Gallery WA, The Cannery Arts Centre WA
Thanks to IASKA, Richard Newton from Video Wall Australia for their help with the production of this work and the people of Mukinbudin for their support with this project.