Winding daydreams around traffic cones, these works seek the shifts between tangible and fugitive that can arise during everyday car travel. Delving into the suburban sprawl of Perth, into a density of hot bitumen, palm trees and power lines, a consonance arises between the internal vastness of the traveler and the external richness of quotidian landscape. Inviting instability between what is evident and what is elsewhere, these works investigate the possibility of a quotidian-sublime: an immensity of the ordinary.