Daryl Pappin, Mungo National Park, 2015, Unmapping the End of the World. Photo courtesy the artist.

In January 2015 Daryl Pappin walked with Jonathan Kimberley, John McBride, Akio Matsui, Dan Rosendahl, Emma Rosendahl, and Olive Rosendahl at Lake Garnpung. This walk inspired Pappin to investigate and document the concept of ‘art as experience.’

The Willandra Wisdom Walk is a new initiative of Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area in NSW. The inaugural Willandra Wisdom Walk is an official part of Unmapping the End of the World which is a major project for Mildura Palimpsest Biennale #10, 2015.

Daryl Pappin, Unmapping the End of the World, HD videos on six iPads. Photo: Fleur Ruddick.

Daryl Pappin (Mutthi Mutthi) is an emerging photographer whose first images document the development of the Willandra Wisdom Walk. Pappin works at Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area as the Community Projects Officer and is a key leader in the development of the Willandra Wisdom Walk.

Daryl Pappin, Wisdom Walk Reconnaisance (2015), type C photograph, taken with iPad mini.