This piece acknowledges the clan of the Northern shore line, the Cammeraygal peoples and the home of Mullet Dreaming. This installation pays respects to the artisans whom left us with some of the richest body of petroglyphs in the Southern hemisphere. Their cousins from the Southern shoreline, the Cadigal are custodians of ‘Whale Dreaming’; hence the combination of the two as dominant motifs within this composition.
The purposefully cracked patina upon the boards represents the impressive sandstone escarpments lining the foreshore. The illuminated neon signage celebrates our modern existence upon a Country now rife with this form of branding. A signature or corporate identity which is essentially a modern rock carving or hand stenciled cave.