Exhibition 2020

Ted Hendrickson

Ted Hendrickson Babson’s Boulder, Kindness, Gloucester, MA. (2017) Pigment print on rag paper. Dimensions 330mmx 840 mm. During the past thirty-five years, Ted Hendrickson’s photographs have explored the nature of landscape as image. Ranging from the man-made scene of the built environment to the wooded and coastal landscape that comprises what is left of “Nature” …

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Jan Osmotherly

Jan Osmotherly What I heard Two videos with sound: Searching – video 5 min 38 sec; Gasping – video 4 min 55 sec As a visual storyteller my goal is to stimulate attitudinal change at a local level – which in turn will inspire action to respect and care for our planet and all living …

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Jack Randell

Jack Randell Why Look at Animals 1) “Bongo” mixed media on Tyvec 38x52cm 2) “Przewalski’s Horse” ink, charcoal, graphite and wash on Tyvec 55x66cm I have depicted these subjects, being zoo animals, as highly alert but a disinterested observers of humans. This apparent indifference can be disconcerting to the zoo visitor. It represents a type …

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Nicole Welch

Nicole Welch Yarrahapinni 2019 Single channel HD infrared time lapse. 3:21mins, 50 inch screen, gilded frame edition of 3. This limited-edition video was available for the duration of the Listening in the Anthropocene online Exhibition and Symposium, August 27-28, 2020. For more information, contact Nicole Welch. The Yarrahapinni time-lapse film records tidal flow into an …

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Jacqui O’Reilly

a a Jacqui O’Reilly A bird’s got to sing Sound, video, 2:54 min. Listen with headphones for best results. For mobiles view horizontal and full screen. A bird’s got to sing is a tribute to the Silvereye bird, also known as the Zosterops lateralis, often found in local urban areas in NSW as well as …

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Louisa Waters

Louisa Waters Listening Burning Single channel video: Duration 7:10 min Listening Burning explores anthropogenic fire regimes. The apocalyptic scenes of the 2019-2020 bush-fires saliently brought the Anthropocene to the fore, as the fires destabilised the human-centred story. Listening Burning, listens to both the Custodians of the lands that I live on and to the non-humans …

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Karen Golland

Karen Golland Your one wild and precious life Roadside memorial – floral kangaroo sculpture. Materials – artificial flowers, hot glue and wire. Dimensions – Height 700mm Length 1100mm Width 350mm. I was eight when my family’s maroon ford falcon hit a large roo on the Euchareena road. I asked my dad if he remembered it. Remember? He said. How …

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A Published Event – Justy Phillips and Margaret Woodward (Erratic Ecologies)

A Published Event – Justy Phillips and Margaret Woodward Erratic Ecologies Field Station, Or an emergent apparatus for speculative research (2019) Sixty-two copper-foiled episodes, two lengths of solid copper bar, one block of quarried Stony Creek Granite, one archival blueprint. A Published Event. New Haven, CT. Dimensions W 24cm X H 13cm x D 3cm. …

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Jennifer Munday

Jenni Munday Postcards from the Asylum II 9 postcards + Title piece; cyanotype prints and embroidery The Postcards are an art response to the data and artefacts being collected in a research project about Mayday Hills, the former lunatic asylum, in Beechworth, Victoria. The Anthropocene period is said to date from the start of humans …

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