Carol Hudson

Image Library


Intertidal embraces the slow, intimate processes and techniques that require a mastery of traditionally secondary art materials. These materials – ceramic, graphite, graphite, paper, acrylic, glass and steel – are being transformed into mechanised representations of natural forces to explore a flattening of hierarchical thinking in art, science and philosophy. The works use the visual language of the beach and everyday post-colonial objects as a metaphor for the connection and disconnection between humans and nature, and to bring awareness to human impact on our shared environments.