Sydney’s Siberia is an interactive digital poem, infinitely zooming/clicking mosaic comprised of 121 poetic image tiles, the combine and recombine as you click and move and click. The work is thematically attached to Newcastle, Australia, a small city just close enough to Sydney to feel its magnets and filter its unwanted, a city stuck between desire and geography, an old industrial town struggling to find some future beyond coal and steel. Each tile of this addictively clickable digital poem is a small ficto-history or poetic retelling, signs of the difference between what is there and what they hope (or hoped) for it to become. And as each new mosaic is formed, the reader must search fro what they haven’t seen and find new connections to what continually re-arrives.