The Art of Threatened Species Exhibition explores threatened flora, fauna and the environments that sustain them in New South Wales
An art & science collaborative project working with a unique ecosystem in the mountaintop clouds where surprising creatures live!
The aim for the project is to test how a future art program can create crossborder experiences between the fields of Art, Ecology & Science.
In the Promiscuous Provenance series, I indulge my perpetual curiosity to lead me back in time to an intersection of worlds.
'Swan Song' chiffon installation, photo-montage reflecting on the relationship between man and nature and the story of our human endeavours to transform the Australian landscape through a European aesthetic.
In this reimagined landscape I indulge my perpetual curiosity to lead me back in time to an intersection of worlds.
‘Antipodean Nocturne Extinction’ is a meditative moving image work which, through a dramatic sfumato effect, responds to our relationship with the Australian landscape.
Exploring the boundaries where art and science meet. In an interdisciplinary collaboration, Glynn and Dalmazzo will focus on collecting audio, photographs and video in the inspirational environment at Loggerhead Key.
In this work I continue in my investigation of the Australian landscape, recording a current agricultural practice - filmed on location at Goodwood Island in Northern New South Wales, a low lying island in the Clarence River Estuary.
I have created a playful, allegorical work containing allusions to the connection of all aspects of our natural world through the merging of bird and plant life.
'Estuary’ gave me the opportunity to share in an interdisciplinary international collaboration with American composer Ben Cosgrove and Australian scientist Peter Dalmazzo.