BY DANIEL BUSHAWAY
Daniel John Bushaway graduated from Camberwell College of Arts and Crafts in London and is a documentary photographer living and working in Melbourne, Australia. Daniel shoots exclusively on large fomat film cameras to observe and document the way we cultivate our environments. His practice explores a variety of infrastructures, systems and processes that support the spectrum of industry.
Control is an ongoing series observing the infrastructure used to extract, conserve, and ultimately control water. It is preoccupied with vast landscapes manipulated to facilitate mass consumption of water at the turn of a tap.
The series was shot on a 4x5 large-format camera during summer of 2012-13 in the Andalucían Basin in regional Spain and regional Tasmania, Australia. These locations were chosen for waterways that have been diverted on an awe-inspiring scale, to majestic yet unsettling effect. The colour photographs are rendered with striking clarity of detail.
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