The aerial perspective is an inspiring one especially in Australia because of its flatness and lack of roads in the outback and some coastal areas, all of which make for an interesting approach from which to appreciate the variations and abstractions in the Australian landscape. Each flight becomes a flight of discovery as landscapes tell us something about their natural history and reveal their evolution.
Woldendorp is inspired by what the landscape tells him and makes his observations mainly from a height of 1000 metres, depending upon the visibility.
Image courtesy the artist and Boutwell Draper Gallery.
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