Guessing at the Deadman too Late explores notions of technology, family and broken narratives through a multifaceted account of a deceased relative.
This project was first exhibited in the solo exhibition Guessing at the Dead Man too Late, held February 2017 at Kaskl, Lichtenberg, Germany. It was funded by the Australian Postgraduate Award and the Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Exchange Scholarship.
A swamp in Lower Saxony, Germany, 2017
An exhaust stub from a wrecked Armstrong Whitworth Whitley bomber, 2017
A letter from the Department of Air to the father of Eric Douglas Williams, detailing the recovery of his 10-years deceased son and a crew member from an aircraft wreckage in Lower Saxony, 1952
Royal Australian Air Force attestation form of Eric Douglas Williams, 1940
Map imagery of the Lower Saxony town of Emen, HD colour video, excerpt of 1:27, 2017
Installation view of Guessing at the Deadman too Late, KASKL, 2017
Modified Leitz Epidiascope projecting topographic imagery of Emen and surrounds, KASKL, 2017