Remote media: Rust, Dust and Water Memories

Tracey’s latest adventure into Central Australia

Tracey M Benson

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For the last week, I have been in the Central Desert of Australia working on a project with another artist, Renita Glencross. Our project is titled Rust, Dust and Water Memories and is an evolving project exploring place and storytelling via a number of elements in the landscape – some rusting cars along the roadside and the rivers in the region – which are mainly dry river beds.

Aside from being a fabulous artist, Renita is also the Executive Director of a non-profit community focused organisation Ethos Global. Also accompanying us on the journey was one of the Directors from Ethos Global, David Tafler, an academic from Pennsylvania who has been coming to the APY Lands for over 25 years. I had met Dave earlier…

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Tracey M Benson is a lover of travel, having a diverse background as an artist, writer and researcher. Working with online environments since 1994, Tracey's experience includes providing digital media, web and social media solutions to government, non-profit, private industry and tertiary sectors. Her focus is on sustainability behaviour change and the use of communications and emerging technologies to empower community and build culture.

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