“… it won’t be the same”
digital image on silk crepe de chine
150 x 100 cm
The title quote from a Ngadju ranger refers to devastating wildfires in the Great Western Woodlands, the largest remaining temperate woodland on Earth. Increasing fire frequency and severity threaten species that regenerate from seedlings requiring time to mature and replenish their seed store. Another severe fire too soon will compromise yet another important refuge. It’s a fragile balancing act - which way will it go?