What the past tells us about our future

Cathedral Cave, Wellington Caves

REGIONAL FUTURES RESIDENCY: WELLINGTON CAVES NSW Visitors on a tour of the Cathedral Cave, facing the alter rock, June 2022 On my final Regional Futures residency weekend at Wellington Caves, I made the focus on my explorations the site itself and people who know the caves and surrounding landscape intimately. These caves provide a snapshot …

Whatever we do has impact

REGIONAL FUTURES RESIDENCY: WELLINGTON CAVES NSW Wind turbine, Bodangora Wind Farm, Wellington, June 2022 The second stay at Wellington Caves as part of my self-directed Regional Futures artist residency took place over four days and nights in mid-June. The decision was made not to cram too much into the itinerary for this visit. Exhaustion doesn't …

2020: a paradoxical year

On site at the CORRIDOR project (photo taken by Phoebe Cowdery)

2020 has been a year where less has become more, we were forced to live in the present for the sake of the future, and the only constant we could be sure of was change. It's also been a year of limitations and incredible opportunities. Eye of the Corvus landscape installation view, Western Plains Cultural …

So, what’s the deal about crowdfunding?

Kim V. Goldsmith audio recording in the Macquarie Marshes

Mosses and Marshes aims to put the Macquarie Marshes on an international stage I’ve just launched my second crowdfunding campaign of the past two years on the Australian Cultural Fund platform. My first campaign raised just over $5 thousand – 106% of its target amount. This second campaign, Mosses and Marshes,  has launched in a very uncertain …

2020, please slow down

Dust storms continue to roll across Dubbo (summer 2020)

Eye of the Corvus exhibition ad in magazine at GOMA (Brisbane) giftshop (February 2020) The year 2020 was supposed to be a 'cruisy kinda year' on the back of what had been a whirlwind 2019 -- a quietish year to plan for more adventure in 2021. This post is about how that hasn't been the …

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