by Gary Warner
About the Book
'tied' is a photographic essay exploring the resting place of debris discarded from ships and boats - much of it carried to remote beaches around the world.
It is a gentle visual remonstration urging people to be more aware of the effects of their mundane actions.
The oceans are vast but everything thrown overboard ends up somewhere - it doesn't just disappear....
'tied' acts as a conversation starter to get people talking about the problem of everyday human pollution of our earth's oceans, and what to do about it.
Features & Details
Artist, digital media maker, creative director of CDP Media (maker of media for artists, galleries, museums and visitor centres - cultural production only). Advocate for understanding and preservation of Australian natural ecologies, reader, walker, bike-rider, mbira player. Owner and caretaker of 25 hectares of intact Sydney sandstone bushland supporting 120+ species of native birds. Urban wanderer, photographer, occasional poet of haiku and tanka forms. Tea drinker - oolong, pu'erh. Plants man.