Do Brumbies Dream in Red? is a research-driven project which explores anthropogenic changes in the Australian landscape through the use of conceptual documentary photography.
The project considers the systems which position the Snowy Mountain brumby and the catastrophic 2019-2020 Australian bushfires within a time of ecological uncertainty. The Snowy Mountain brumby, an Australian feral wild-roaming horse, appears as a metonym throughout the project and acts as an entry point into both the human and nonhuman world.
120 pages, 33 x 26cm, black artboard cover with tipped on image, exposed binding with concertina text insert, self-published (Melbourne).
Note: This publication contains images of animals / wildlife which perished in the bushfires. The content may be disturbing to some viewers.