Shadow trace to shadow mappings:
an affective modality of critical-poetic aesthetics in the Anthropocene.
Louise Boscacci 2011–2013, ‘A Souvenir of Sunny Zincland (Shadows Trace Project)’. Vintage folding postcard, aerial digital photographs, dimensions variable.
Louise Boscacci 2011–2016, ‘Shadows Trace to Shadow Mappings, Part II’. Digital image.
‘This project is a continuing trace of finding, naming, visualising, mapping and sounding 122 shadow places of the tropical port place of Townsville, Australia. The research began in 2011. A once invisible and unknown network of material-capital interconnections, mineral mobilities and ecological interrelatedness is disclosed and described’ (Boscacci 2016).
From my artist roundtable presentation at:
GLOBAL ECOLOGIES – LOCAL IMPACTS
The Sixth Biennial Conference of the Association for the Study of Literature, Environment & Culture, Australia & New Zealand (ASLEC-ANZ) in collaboration with the Sydney Environment Institute (SEI). University of Sydney, 23 – 25 November 2016.