Marches for another season is an ongoing project of banner marches initiated in 2003. The project’s structure has developed alongside a process of collecting instances of the creation of national boundaries since 1901. This catalogue of boundaries, ordered by date, provides a mnemonic system for the banner marches. Each national boundary generates a line. This line provides a route for marching, so that each march traces a national boundary by its course through a given place. The process of marching and tracing is ongoing.
Traces of the banner marches were exhibited in the solo ehxibition Documents from a banner marching project 2004-2007, at Ocular Lab in March 2007. Traces of the project have also been exhibited at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) in Melbourne, at the International Art Space Kellerberrin Australia (IASKA) in Kellerberrin, at the Perth Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) in Perth, and at Spacement Gallery in Melbourne.
For a list of writing on the banner marching project, click here.