In May 2018, Fault Sector was awarded first prize in the University of Western Sydney Sculpture Prize. As an acquisitive award, it will be on permanent display at the Campbeltown campus.
Fault Sector simulates our ever-changing landscape through a canyon-like form. It mimics the violence of tectonic plates crushing together, the impact of human lead intervention or the erosion caused by water flowing over the land, creating waterways and intricate contours. The rift between the broken elements invites the viewer to walk through as if passing an ancient gateway. Fault Sector plays the part of a fallen monolith aiming to blur the line between natural and human made structures.
View the UWS news article here.