This walk is a personal reflection of time framed around nature, life, death and the passing of my first and only dog Vader. This work was designed to be a personal reflection of time and how the passing of time can create both hardships and beautiful moments.
This walk is designed to be taken at approximately 5km/h (not too slow but not racing through), starting on the walkway surrounded by trees and ending looking at the university lake.
Each Echo contains 30 seconds of audio and it is recommended you pass through each with a small amount of sound overlap, spending approximately 25 seconds in each echo would be an ideal pace, this will allow for a seamless audio visual experience. Please remember to tap on each echo as you walk through them to ensure you view each image.
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The last slide contains an instruction for you as well as a recap of all that came before it.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waters upon which the University's campuses are located.
We acknowledge their continuing connections to Country and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
Time never stopped ticking, never stopped moving forward.
It was in the blowing of the wind and the chirping of a bird.
It was in the running of the streams as the water stirred.
It was in every step that I took.
And every sunset that I did look.
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