Print: Williamstown

8" x 10" (20.3 x 25.4cm)
 Inkjet fine art print on Moab Summerset Museum Rag 300 paper,
stamped and dated on the reverse by the photographer.

"Williamstown" is part of a collection of ongoing body of unplanned photographs that references notable works of photography and other visual art made during typical everyday movements.

This particular photograph was made on a fresh autumn morning down on the Williamstown foreshore. It references and pays homage to "Rhein II", one of Andreas Gursky's most notable works. The Rhine is replaced with an infinite Port Phillip Bay, and the need to digitally remove dog walkers and pedestrians isn't required thanks to the early morning.

As these prints are made to order there may be 1 to 2 week delay to dispatch.
Inkjet printing (sometimes known as giclée) is an art printing process, where tiny dots of ink are sprayed through a series of nozzles on to paper. The result is exceptional detail and a wider colour gamut than is possible with traditional photographic C-type prints.