High Wire reviewed by Sally Blundell


‘In High Wire, Jones the writer and Macleod the artist engage in a long conversation, each provoking the other, reaching out, edging along this uncharted trans-Tasman pathway between the hills of Wellington and a studio just off Parramatta Road in Sydney...

This is a winning combination and one that, we can hope, signifies future collaborations in this series. Jones is an author with a tendency to peer around corners we did not know existed, to expose an often flawed but identifiable world of human hope and frailty. Macleod’s spectral figures have long stalked the rural and coastal landscapes of place and memory, infusing a known world with a persistent, haunting presence.
— Sally Blundell, Landfall. Read the full review here