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Traces & Omens
2005

Traces & Omens

Trent Parke

MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT (2004)

Australia is aptly named 'the lucky country'. The climate is sunny, the beaches are beautiful, the residents relaxed and its isolated location has kept the country out of major conflicts. But something has changed in recent years. Severe drought, widespread fires, plagues of insects and an economic crisis have given the people a feeling that their country has lost its innocence. According to polls, about half of Australians think that times have changed for good. With a tent, a four-wheel-drive vehicle and a camera, Trent Parke journeyed for two years from beach to bush. He documented the uncertain state of his native country in MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT (2004), an ominous travel document that examines the emotions of this time.

  • MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT (2004)

    Australia is aptly named 'the lucky country'. The climate is sunny, the beaches are beautiful, the residents relaxed and its isolated location has kept the country out of major conflicts. But something has changed in recent years. Severe drought, widespread fires, plagues of insects and an economic crisis have given the people a feeling that their country has lost its innocence. According to polls, about half of Australians think that times have changed for good. With a tent, a four-wheel-drive vehicle and a camera, Trent Parke journeyed for two years from beach to bush. He documented the uncertain state of his native country in MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT (2004), an ominous travel document that examines the emotions of this time.

  • MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT (2004)

  • MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT (2004)

  • MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT (2004)

  • MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT (2004)

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Traces & Omens

Traces & Omens

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