In May 2009, The Grey Book occupied the main space of the old Inflight Gallery, an artist-run space in North Hobart.
Grey Book was an attempt to play the music of space. It was an installation-composition that, like some polytonal music (think Messiaen or late Scriabin), is a mode of pattern-making in which the organising principle is obscured, and the effect is a degree of uncertainty; things remain a little up-in-the-air.
Wood, steel, concrete. (Photos by Peter Whyte)