I Followed The Road South To What is the second book Blind Angles has published by Sydney based artist, Robert Hogan. His practice typically focuses on exploration, as well as the duality of man-made and natural environments.
After living in Brisbane for two years, Hogan drove home to Sydney in April 2020 — a move prompted by the Coronavirus outbreak and impending border closure between Queensland and New South Wales. The idea for his book started during that 900km drive.
The drawings in this series are places in Australia he has have never been to, and possibly never will. Locations were randomly generated with Street View technology and then drawn during a period of self-isolation after returning home. Each copy of the book contains an original coloured pencil drawing from this series.
68 pages, 20.3 x 25.4 cm, softcover, limited edition of 30, Blind Angles (Sydney).