Curtin Springs 1986
“I went out there and worked for a couple of months. Nerrida Baker came out and stayed with me for a couple of weeks. We used to camp with minimal stuff and stay there until we ran out of food.
Curtin Springs had earth moving equipment. I had them make big rings and mounds in the middle.
Curtin Springs was my base. We would go back there for tucker.
Every station had a tip. Someone else made a sculpture out of local rock. It was proper art, not this ephemeral stuff. My art is anti-art, or more politely, non-art.