Heterozygocity is a measure of genetic outbreeding.
A diversity of genetic material to facilitate survival of a species by outbreeding and crossbreeding.
Above: Inversion: Landscape intervention, supersized prints in of Gouldian etchings of threatened species, here: Bushtailed rock wallabies.
In this intervention the fabric has been shaped to the form reminiscent of windsocks and inverted on stainless steel hooks.
Below: detail of Installation view