Over many years, Melissa Smith has been drawn to the landscape of Lake Sorell on Tasmania’s central plateau, due to the solitude it offers. This exhibition of prints depicts Smith’s response to this particular landscape’s whispers. This environment provides a sense of quietness, layered in its own history and stories. Smith finds a unique sense of self-awareness is realised in such places which emanates a sense of life and hope within our ever-changing world that balances on a tipping point. A soundscape accompanies the exhibition, created from recordings by artist Jay-Dea Lopez on site at Lake Sorell.