My work has been published in The Age, The Herald-Sun, The Australian, The Big Issue, Australian Birdlife, The Bark (USA), Eureka Street, Overland and The Australian Jewish News.
'Crepuscular' refers to animals active at dawn and dusk. It's also the title of an artful exhibition that invites us to examine the wild animals that live in our midst. Or should that be, we who live in their midst?
Taxidermy fans will delight in the stuffed quolls, owls, rakali (water rat) and bats. Bird-lovers may quake at the cabinet boasting ten different kinds of bird wing, but once you adjust your focus, it's amazing stuff.
For comparison, there's a duck's wing, a (surprisingly small) peregrine falcon's, the subtle spots of a boobook owl's, and the huge, stripy glory of a powerful owl's.
Most artworks were created for this show. Delicate paper birds nests sit beside a cabinet with real nests. A short-finned eel swims vividly in oil on lead.