Continuing his exploration of rural Australia, photographer Brad Rimmer’s Nowhere Near reflects on a fleeting, bygone era in the Wheatbelt of Western Australia, and the remnants of the region’s languishing town halls. Once central to a farming community’s social life, they now lie destitute, maybe repurposed, decaying or even demolished. The exhibition and accompanying book serve as a poignant reflection on the past, what we leave behind and what remains.
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