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Qube, Oswestery UK // 1-30 October 2021

Burrima Macquarie Marshes

When art, science and community come together it allows us to understand the complexity and sensitivities around social and ecological belonging. Art has the power to break down barriers, provoke conversations, and importantly, transcend the politics that too often dictate our regional futures.

Kim V. Goldsmith, founder of ecoPULSE and lead artist

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Kim V. Goldsmith exploring the environment in her backyard for Inhalare
Inhalare / breathe upon aims to transform familiar landscapes into unfamiliar territories, allowing those who encounter Inhalare works to be transported. In stages, 12 regionally-based artists of NSW will explore natural environments close to home to develop soundscapes, writings and visual works capturing deep connections and hidden layers, allowing our imaginations to explore those environments that sustain us during times of restricted movement. This project responds directly to the impact of COVID on regional creative life in 2021.

For more information on these projects visit the ecoPULSE website

In the field_

This video was produced as part of the pilot The Power of Sound field recording course developed with assistance from Mudgee Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC), Orana Arts, and funding from the Country Arts Support Program (CASP) through Create NSW in 2021.

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.

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