Facebook became the platform you work with the most this days, for a number of reasons.
Firstly because as a cultural producer you engage with media where it is most active, starting from a couple of years back when you embarked in the WeedBook project, a page and collaborative adventure with the input from a bunch of [...]
Historians Jim Walliss and instigator Diego Bonetto collaborate with artists Steve Russell and Noel Lonesborough from Boolarng Nangamai Aboriginal Corporation to tackle the challenge of making a traditional (Aboriginal) Jervis Bay canoe from the bark of a stringybark tree sourced on the Bundanon property.
The canoe was constructed in eight hours – following clear directions provided by [...]
Getting ready for the first of a series of tours in Sydney, first up The Domain, this coming Saturday, still places available, book via firstname.lastname@example.org or 9245 2484..
The Domain. This is a great way to start, as just over the ridge from where the meeting point is, ( the Art Gallery of NSW) is the site [...]
Ok, so you are going to offer 5 tours in the next month and a half, in 5 different locations.
This is nothing new to your practice, as you have been using this ‘delivery’ concept as far back as 2002, when you first produced Weedkiller/Pestcotroller in an abandoned Drive In at Kingswood, Western Sydney.
Since then you have [...]
You have been walking around, and traveling the world lately, so that you could compare the spontaneous vegetation in different parts of the globe..no not that many, but a few.
You came across this Bidens pilosa on The Domain, Sydney, and posted it on you flickr page.
While doing a bit of research in trying to answer a [...]
In the 1940′s a farmer north-west of Sydney devised a new way to interact with the landscape in order to minimize the loss of topsoil due to erosion, store water and enhance the ability of the soil to regenerate and keep healthy.
The farmer was P.A.Yeoman, and is regarded by many as a pioneer in sustainable farming.
Working in Venice at the moment, assisting Cordeiro+Healy in their contribution to the Biennale.
In the occasional spare time you go around looking for ancient trees and secret gardens.
In the mean time this article was suggested by Lucas:
Becoming native to this large place
All around the countryside, growers of various nationalities have been working hard. Turkish, Italian, Somalian, [...]
You are subscribed to many lists and groups with a focus on foraging or plants as medicinal aids and more.
One of this is a MSN Group, Healing Herbs.
In it several contributors share their knowledge while other users ask questions.
You have been reading lots of fantastic postings from Julia in this group, one of the most prolific [...]
A show finished last Saturday at First Draft, where three artist presented three distinctive and unrelated bodies of work.
You enjoyed all three, for different reasons, Leah McPherson’s flip-book short films, a fantastic editing exercise activated by viewers, Josy Cavallaro’s flimsy visual statements and commentary on semantic peculiarities..which reminded you of speech bubbles, and Kirsten Bradley’s About [...]