World War II in the Pacific was fought on many fronts, from the tropical isles in the South Pacific to the windswept Aleutians off Alaska. Throughout this region places and objects remain, silent witnesses and poignant reminders of atrocity. Many have transformed into places of peace and symbols of hope. At home, the Shrine of Remembrance and other places provide avenues of contemplation for those who returned, and commemoration of those who did not.
|Place of Publication||Melbourne|
|Media of output||Artwork|
|Size||Solo photographic exhibition at Shrine of Remembrance|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
|Event||Pacific Reminders: Places of Memory and Commemoration - |
Duration: 03 Dec 2011 → 15 Jan 2012