Dillon Marsh - Nababeep South Mine


Dillon Marsh For What it’s Worth: Nababeep South Mine (1882 to 2000) – 302,791.65 tonnes of copper extracted, 2014

What if we could always get a preview of the breakdown that shows what things are made of and the values of those ingredients? What is our lack of knowledge (and sometimes also ignorance) on where things come from, how and what were they are made of actually worth? Would it change our thinking if we were able to see comparisons such as the one shown here by Dillon Marsh more often on everyday products, architecture and landscape or are we already too disconnected from the origin of things that surround us?