An intimate night held at Papershell Farm. Photography, meditation music & wine.
'Archetypes' explores the nature of patterns in rocks, formed by the movement of sand and the ocean. A black & white photography series focused on capturing the archetypal movements found in the ocean which have been recorded in time in rocks.
Bree Tranter is widely recognised for her illustrious music career, which has led her across the globe on numerous occasions. She is mostly known for her band ''The Middle East', and her session work as musician for ''Passenger', 'Thelma Plum' and 'Matt Corby'.
However, Bree also nurtures a deep passion for photography and the wonders of nature. Her fascination with capturing intricate snapshots of natural patterns began in 2017. This journey of long meditative walks amongst nature lead her to her debut photography exhibition 'Sensitive Chaos' which was held at 'The Mill'. The exhibition was a vibrant and colorful exploration, showcasing patterns found in sand, rock, and water.
Whether we observe the flowing water, the moving air, the formation of organs, the gestures of the human body, the act of speaking, eurythmy, or the synchronized movements of celestial bodies, they are all interconnected. They represent the archetypal expressions of the cosmic language, the universal word that utilizes movement to manifest nature and humanity.
Currently, there exists a disconnection between humanity and nature. To effectively address this, it is crucial to rediscover the spiritual essence inherent in the elements of water and movement, which naturally flow. Through Bree Tranter's photography, she aims to draw attention to the exquisite patterns etched into rock and imprinted in time. This, in itself, underscores how delving into the microcosm allows us to grasp the magnificence of the macrocosm—ultimately, rekindling our connection to the essence of nature, our true home.
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