James Tylor, Un-resettling (dwellings), 2013, hand-coloured archival inkjet print. Courtesy and © the artist. From left: (half-dome hut on a desert plain); (A-frame hut); (stone footing for dome hut).

Moments of intersection: James Tylor

Curator Eleanor Scicchitano writes about the art practice of James Tylor an South Australian-based artist with Aboriginal, Maori and British heritage who frequently utilises technologies from the past to examine and reawaken history.

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