The Glue Society in Sydney has created this set of photographs, titled The Missing Piece, as part of The Australia Project, a series of creative initiatives dedicated to exploring new ideas of Australian national identity…
“This photographic series features images from around the heart of Australia,” explains The Glue Society. “But something vital is missing. We all know what it is. The question is will we ever be smart enough to complete the picture?”
All the images in The Missing Piece were shot in camera, meaning that the team had to transport a large timber puzzle piece on metal legs to the various remote locations where the photographs were shot.
The series debuted at The Australia Project exhibition at the AGIdeas International Design Week in Melbourne in May, and it will also form part of an exhibition celebrating 13 years of The Glue Society’s work, which the creative agency will hold at the end of year.
More info on The Australia Project is here.
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