Separation (Bonegilla), was an outdoor video projection commissioned by City of Albury, (NSW), for the facade of Q-View Gallery in 2013. The video maps images of the landscape from Bonegilla migrant camp in Albury. The camp was designed to 'train' new migrants to assimilate into the Australian way of life. The camp was separated socially and geographically. Being a former WWII Australian Army base it had harsh facilities, unlined timber-framed buildings with corrugated iron walls. Rooms accommodated 20 people with no internal partitions. Between 1947-1971 Bonegilla housed over 300,000 non-english speaking families and people. Know for it's food ration riots in the 1950-60s, Bonegilla was labelled 'the camp without hope.' Outdoor video projection mapping, Q-View Gallery, commissioned by City of Albury, (NSW)