JD Reforma – Princes Highway

(images coming soon)
The Princes Highway came into being when pre-existing roads were renamed ‘Prince’s Highway’ after the visit to Australia in 1920 of the Prince of Wales, who would later abdicate the throne as King Edward VIII.
Filmed on this arterial (and somewhat abdicated) connection between central and South-western Sydney, Princes Highway is a reflection on doomed masculinity: a cycle of concrete, cracked, congested, confused, chromed emblems.

JD Reforma

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.
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