A performative walk, A creature-spotter’s guide to your local neighbourhood, was sold at the PICA Salon on Saturday 2 August.
Call for Artworks: Australian Animal Studies Group & Queensland College of Art Exhibition and Online Survey of Human Animal Relations Artists 1. Exhibition: Animals, People – a shared environment. Brisbane, July 2011 As part of their fourth conference, the Australian Animal Studies Group is joining with the Queensland College of Art to hold an exhibition that responds to the conference theme: Animals, People – a shared environment (see www.aasg2011.com.au -- now a broken link). The event will take place at POP Gallery (www.popgallery.com.au) and the QCA Project Space (www.griffith.edu.au/visual-creative-arts/queensland-college-art) from 11th July 2011. Both galleries are within walking distance of the conference venue. Artists are invited to submit a proposal for work on the conference theme: Animals, People – a shared environment. Works might respond to one or more of the following questions: What experiences of and vulnerabilities to their environments do human and non-human animals share? When are these experiences and vulnerabilities different? How do animals and humans co-construct their environments? How do animals and humans communicate through their environments? Where have animal-human relationships broken down? Where are they robust? Where are these relationships present and where …Read more
Exhibition at ACCA http://www.accaonline.org.au/Current GERDA STEINER & JÖRG LENZLINGER The Water Hole 23 December 2008 - 1 March 2009 Swiss artists Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger have created an ecological fantasy-world in ACCA’s main gallery. The pair, who have collaborated since 1997, bring together made and found objects to create extravagant, magical installations that are full of allegory and beauty. Gerda Steiner & Jörg Lenzlinger Jardin de Lune (Moon Garden), 2007-08 Installation Courtesy the artistsRead more
A print, a book, a drawing in this show: Mundaring Arts Centre invites you to the opening of Canopy - into the forest Peter Dailey, Mel Dare, Joanne Duffy, Bec Juniper, Norma MacDonald, Clare McFarlane, Alan Muller, Perdita Phillips, Gregory Pryor, Nien Schwarz, Nalda Searles, David Small, Holly Story, Paul Uhlmann, Linda van der Merwe and Philip Ward-Dickson Curated by Peggy Lyon and Ashley Yihsin Chang Opening Fri 2 May, 7 - 8.30pm Viewing Times Saturday 3 May - Sunday 8 June 2014 Tuesday - Friday 10am - 5pm; Saturday and Sunday 11am - 3pm closed Mondays and Public Holidays Mundaring Arts Centre 7190 Great Eastern Hwy, Mundaring Western Australia 6073 www.mundaringartscentre.com.auRead more