bird art

Proposition 3: shy

  Originally I had intended all three propositions for the exhibition How does a network activate a public? to be wall statements only. Thus the third proposition is the most speculative and least determined: World distribution of the Shy Albatross Thalassarche cauta according to The Shy Albatross Thalassarche cauta flies in a ‘casual, hump-backed, …

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irn bru bird (bro)

  The do-it-yourself guide to urban wildlife habitat regeneration or, how to make a kingfisher from a discarded IRN BRU can by Jethro Brice see

Aesthetics as a Way of Survival

  Dutch artist Germaine Kruip filmed satin bowerbirds in her work Aesthetics as a Way of Survival similar to my 2004 video work herethere(hide). Her film about the bowerbird poses the question relating to the »artificial« and the »natural« in a surprisingly new way, encompassing the whole exhibition with this dichotomy. Guided by visual similarities …

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Peter Farmer exhibition at Goddard de Fiddes

  Emerging Nyoongar artist, Peter Farmer, makes monochromatic blue paintings which reflect the beauty of the Blue Wren found in the south-west of Western Australia. Peter’s paintings evoke the deep history and relationship of his people to their country and its fauna. His Blue Wren totem comes from his great-grandmother via his father, Peter Farmer …

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