The above artwork, 'Broome's naked lunch: the babes, the beaches, the barra,' is composed of nine panels and was created entirely using pastels. It's 1.3m x 1.3m. Broome's a town of hallucinatory colour, of surrounding landscapes so surreal they could almost be from the '91 film version of Burrough's Naked Lunch. I try to capture this, and also Paul Klee's idea that, 'the painter should not paint what he sees, but what will be seen.' This, then, is a kind of delirious future vision, of the burning sands of Reddell and James Price Point, the scorched tourists, and the sick barra.