“Pumpkin”, by Yayoi Kusama, Naoshima, Japan. Photograph by Peter Ghin, 2011.

Insect calls Chichu Art Museum home. Photographer: Peter Ghin, 2011

Entrance to Chichu Art Museum. Photographer: Peter Ghin, 2011.

Entrance corridor to Chichu Art Musuem. Photographer: Peter Ghin, 2011.

Internal landscaped spaces of Chichu Museum. Photographer: Peter Ghin, 2011.

Woman sealing barrels of Shell Talpa oil.30, at Shell Oil Refinery, Geelong. Helmut Newton, ca. 1953-61.

Unloading and positioning of absorber tower prior to installation, Shell Refinery, Geelong. Helmut Newton, ca. 1953.

Hand in Focus, holding seeds. Helmut Newton, ca. 1952-58.

J. H. Velders, Managing Director, Shell Refining (Aust.), Helmut Newton ca. 1952-58.

Walk the Talk, Cultural Value. Photographer: Isobel Taylor-Rogers, 2012.

Walk the Talk, Cultural Value. Photographer: Isobel Taylor-Rogers, 2011.

Walk the Talk, Cultural Value. Photographer: Isobel Taylor-Rogers, 2011.

Walk the Talk, Cultural Value. Photographer: Isobel Taylor-Rogers, 2011.

Tai Chi meets Giant Theremin, 2012. Photographer: Peter Ghin

Tai Chi meets Giant Theremin, 2012. Photographer: Peter Ghin

Tai Chi meets Giant Theremin, 2012. Photographer: Peter Ghin

Tai Chi meets Giant Theremin, 2012. Photographer: Peter Ghin

Tai Chi meets Giant Theremin, 2012. Photographer: Peter Ghin

Manly Beach, Sydney 2012. Photographer: Peter Ghin.

Gowanbrae Public Art Commission Consultation, 2010. Photographer: Bruce Rowe

Gowanbrae Public Art Commission Consultation, 2010. Photographer: Bruce Rowe

Gowanbrae Public Art Commission Consultation, 2010. Photographer: Bruce Rowe

Rowena Booth, Mobile Edible Gardens. UCI World Cycling Championships, 2012.
Photo: Supplied by Rowena Booth

Aslam Akram, Ceri Hann, Cargo Bike. UCI Road Cycling Championships, 2012.
Photo: Ceri Hann

Glenn Romanis, Mark Trinham, Viktor Cebergs, She-Oak. UCI Road Cycling Championships, 2012.                            Photo: Mark Trinham

Public Assembly, Sand Reiki. UCI Road Cycling Championships, 2012. Photo: Cultural Value