At a glance I could easily imagine some old civic timepiece adorning the municipal building of some sleepy Austrian village, a little after 9am on a chilly but sunny winter morning.
How easy it is to imagine seeing something completely different when presented with an inaccessible perspective. In this view, the Point Lowly Lighthouse, an iconic landmark of the Whyalla region, is transformed into something abstract letting me imagine what I will.
However it is done, a macro image of some everyday object or an aerial view of an iconic landmark, an abstracted perspective of something I know I should recognise but don’t, frees me from what is, letting my imagination create what might be.
… breakfast at 10am anyone?