Ross Booker
Remnants of an inland sea

2 October – 26 October 2019

Ross Booker continues his exploration of the rugged Australian outback in his latest exhibition at Onespace Gallery. Booker reflects on the ephemeral nature of the planet and the ever-changing landscape brought about by both natural phenomena and the human footprint. An obsession with topography, geological formations and archaeology has given Booker an understanding of the staggering time scales involved in the slow formation of the earth and the evolution of inland Australia. In contrast, the transience of the natural world is fast becoming more poignant in this epoch of human habitation.

ONExchange Conversation: Saturday 5 October, 4:15pm

OPENING EVENT: Saturday 5 October, 5-7pm


All works will be available online from Wednesday 2 October, 2019.


Image: Ross Booker, The skeleton beneath, 2019, Ink and acrylic on paper, 66 x 102cm. Courtesy of the artist.