Touring Exhibition 2018 - 2020
Promiscuous Provenance re-interprets images of the Australian colonial painters through a naive playful engagement to express a nostalgia for an antipodean wonderland before the imprint of colonization was stamped over the landscape and its inhabitants.
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Whitlam Institute, Western Sydney University
Opening & panel discussion Aug. 11th 2- 4pm
Art, Ecology & Science 2018
Artist Anna Glynn & biologist Peter Dalmazzo in an international interdisciplinary collaboration connect three continents in a journey around the globe…from a rain forest in Australia, to the Cascade Head Biosphere Reserve/SITKA-USA and over to the future biosphere reserve in Swedish Vombsjösänkan/ ARNA-Sweden.
The aim for the project is to test how a future art program can create crossborder experiences between the fields of Art, Ecology & Science to support public outreach and sustainable development.
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'Antipodean Nocturne | Extinction'
'Antipodean Nocturne | Extinction’ interrogates the relationship between man and nature and the story of our human endeavour to transform the Australian landscape through a European aesthetic.
Finalist 2018 Heysen Prize for Landscape
This biennial contemporary art prize invites artists to express their deep connection with – or concern for – the Australian landscape and environment.
Hahndorf Academy South Australia
6 October to 9 December 2019
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'Above and Below’
‘Above and Below’ is a visually poetic moving image work reflecting the complex elegant natural rhythms and patterns of the isolated environment of the Dry Tortugas National Park, USA. "...a poetic fantasia that synthesizes images of the natural world of the Key.."
In 2017 the video was acquired by the Parliament House Art Collection, Australia.