William Mackinnon: Paintings Conceived While Driving

William Mackinnon: Paintings Conceived While Driving
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Artist William MacKinnon has created a captivating body of work which communicates his experiences of the driving and the land.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 29 september 2009

After receiving the 2008 Marten Bequest Travelling Scholarship, artist William MacKinnon spent three months driving from the cosmopolitan city of Melbourne to the remote Fitzroy crossing of the Kimberley region, in northern Australia.  MacKinnon spent two months in residency at the Mangkaja Arts in Fitzroy Crossing, working with the local high-school students and taking a bush trip with the Martu people. MacKinnon has created a captivating body of work which communicates his experiences of the driving and the land;

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