Monthly Archives: October 2012

Karin Bolender : + Donkeys Intra-acting

Installation shot of ‘R.A.W. Assmilk Soap production’. Karin synthesises soap from milk generously provided by the Asses with which she journeys, together distilling evidence of landscape interludes and the passing of time. More to explore :

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Deanna Pindell : Thneeds Reseeds and other tales of environmental redemption

Public art and installation sculpture with an ecological focus. Pindell’s work serves environmental functions such as raising awareness and actual remediation. Place-making and poetic metaphor are also layered into these spaces.  Thneeds Reseed : Deanna Pindell refashions vintage sweaters into … Continue reading

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Louise Fowler-Smith : Engagement Environs

As Director of the Imaging the Land International Research Institute (ILIRI), Louise Fowler-Smith is interested in promoting new ways of perceiving the land in the 21st century. She believes that how we perceive and contemplate the land affects how we … Continue reading

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Yvette Watt : Animals Art + Ethics

Yvette Watt is an Associate Lecturer in Fine Art at the Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania. She is a committee member of the both the Australian Animal Studies Group and the UTAS Animal Studies Group. Watt’s art practice … Continue reading

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Janet Laurence : Alchemy // Perception // Lifeforms

Janet Laurence’s work echoes architecture while retaining organic qualities and a sense of instability and transience. Her work occupies the liminal zones or meeting places of art, science, imagination and memory. Profoundly aware of the interconnection of all life forms, … Continue reading

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