Some of my work from Changing Tides has made its way to Gympie Regional Gallery (GRG) and will be part of Sensory Ecology, curated by Leah Barclay.
I am really happy to be a part of this show and also to reconnect with the GRG – it is almost 20 years since I did the Cowgrrls residency there with Di Ball and Jo Cruikshanks at the Gympie Music Muster.
Here is a teaser of my video work.
Changing Tides : Waters of the Past from bytetime on Vimeo.
Here is some info:
Guest Opening Speaker Dr. Marcus Bussey, Senior Lecturer, History and Futures, University of the Sunshine Coast, followed by a Curator’s Floor Talk with Dr Leah Barclay.
Focusing on emerging mediums, this exhibition includes sound art, multi-sensory installations, art-science collaborations, interactive media, augmented reality and a wide spectrum of experimental and experiential practice to explore the role of artist in changing climates.
Exhibition Artists: Sandy Sur and the Leweton Community Village in Vanuatu, Scott Smallwood, Tracey Benson, Ilka Nelson, Jo Tito, Kate Genevieve, Toby Gifford, Andrew Brown, John Ferguson, Mauricio Iregui, Michael Towsey, Anja Kanngieser, Polly Stanton and Ros Bandt.
The opening is on Saturday – here is a link to the event on Facebook: