Corlette, undefined, Australia
August 19, 2004
The latter exhibition had incridible impact - from the recordings of radio programmes warning local residents of what they should expect, to the graphic displays of objects rescued from the ashes. These ranged from a dishwasher (practically melted), to rings fused onto metal ring holders, to china, to other family treasures that had barely survived.
If this is the standard of exhibitions regularly displayed at this gallery, then I thoroughly recommend a visit!
From journal Canberra - A Capital City