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'Seascape X'

960  x 400 pixels


'The Kiss X'

192  x 240 pixels


'Two Moons X'

704  x 704 pixels


'Edge of the Pink Lake X'

704  x 704 pixels


'The Forest X'

880  x 640 pixels


'Target X'

320  x 320 pixels


'My Supercomputer X'

612  x 528 pixels


'Sunset X'

indeterminate pixels


Paradise Together Forever 2020 is an online exhibition of new works from my 'Gixel Pifs', at their world wide web premiere on the 7th of September at 7pm AEST from Melbourne, Australia.

So here they are, somewhere between moving and still, hanging softly in virtual space, my compositions of Gixel Pifs. There is no building to travel to, no opening hours, no curfew here. Doesn't matter which country you're in. Come over whenever and stay as long as you like! 

Sorry collectors, you can't have them, they belong to everybody. Did I say anything about waste and by-products? I didn't touch any varnish, solvent or enamel in their construction.  

I've measured them in pixels as their duration is infinite.


They are also non-degrading. Time can't damage their form, erode their pixels, or dim the brightness of their colours - oh and what a shame they can't be collected... how valuable they must be! Like precious gems in the night. And just why are they so relaxing?

Once you enter the exhibition, there are no menus; you can only navigate forwards with the white arrows. There are messages in the clouds.


Best to be viewed on desktop or tablet, still possible with phone.


I respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the City of Melbourne,

the Boon Wurrung and Woiwurrung (Wurundjeri) peoples of the Kulin Nation

and pay respect to their Elders, past and present.​​

Supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants


To the exhibition

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