For more information on this project visit the ecoPULSE website
Donations will ensure Pulse of the Wetland is presented and exhibited locally, nationally and internationally as part of the collaborative Mosses and Marshes project in 2021-22. All donations over A$2 are tax-deductible through the Australian Cultural Fund. Click on the donate button to find out more.
Premiered at the Western Plains Cultural Centre, Dubbo NSW Australia
14 December 2019 – 2 February 2020
COMING TO OUTBACK ARTS GALLERY 23 NOV 2020 – 5 FEB 2021
See the website for more details of the project & exhibition
WINNER OF 2020 FISHER’S GHOST ART AWARD (CONTEMPORARY)
“Dust Storm of the Waagan” video
This video is part of a suite of video works. This particular video was produced with the assistance of Wiradjuri elder, Diane McNaboe who shares her story of how the crow became black in the soundtrack of the video. Diane has been acknowledged and consulted at all times about the exhibition of this work.
STATEMENT ABOUT THE CREATION OF THE ARTWORK
So what makes a species so resilient in one part of the world, and not in another? In Australia, corvids (ravens and crows) are thriving and adapting. In Iceland, they’re under threat. Eye of the Corvus: Messenger of Truth aims to present the landscape from the perspective of these birds, underpinned by scientific understandings. What might be revealed to us about the current state and future of our world through the eye of these birds? Click on the link above to find out more about this project.
IN THE FIELD
This video was produced for the CORRIDOR project’s Science Hub Orange Cowra Cabonne 2020 Program. The focus is environmental corridors, soundscapes, plant + bird identification relative to monitoring techniques, habitat and waterways. A Zoom presentation is being held on 25 June 2020 – ticketing is through Eventbrite.
A member of the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA)