TIM PALMAN Wellard

At the beginning of 2016, Tim travelled the 40km south along the train line with his family. Moving to the new development suburb of Wellard on the fringe of the Perth Metropolitan area. Taken through 2016-2017 these images look at the concept of the Private Estate. Identifying a culturally rooted desire for security and exclusivity which often leads to separation and isolation. Partly an autobiographical work, Wellard expresses the photographers’ own struggle between a desire for security and freedom.

Tim Palman is an Australian photographer based in Perth Western Australia.

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TIM PALMAN Wellard

At the beginning of 2016, Tim travelled the 40km south along the train line with his family. They made a move to the new development suburb of Wellard on the fringe of the Perth Metropolitan area.

Perth is the most isolated city in the world. It is also one of the most sparse as a result of poor housing affordability. Families are forced outward, either north or south, to the satellite estates which are appearing out of nowhere.

Wellard is a project that investigates the nature of the Domestic Dream in 2017.

Taken through 2016-2017 these images look at the concept of the Private Estate. Identifying a culturally rooted desire for security and exclusivity. One which often leads to separation and isolation. Partly an autobiographical work, Wellard expresses the photographers’ own struggle between a desire for security and freedom.

The work has also been exhibited at the Art Gallery of Western Australia and Paper Mountain Gallery in Perth, Western Australia. It has also been featured in the Negative Feedback Magazine, Fotofilmic17, London Photography Diary, Ankle Biter and Uncover at the Perth Centre for Photography.

Tim Palman is an Australian photographer based in Perth Western Australia.

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Self-Published

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22.86 x 27.94 cm

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100 pages

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