ZANNY BEGG | LINDY LEE | MYLYN NGUYEN | JODY RALLAH | YASMIN SMITH | JUDY WATSON | ELIZABETH WILLING
In the face of a changing climate, global shifts in agriculture and food production and the increased recognition of traditional land management strategies, artists in Slow Churn explore the delicate interactions and interdependencies that exist between us and our natural world.
With the immediate needs of humanity at the core of many actions and policies that govern the environment, this exhibition considers the impacts of this human-centric pace by turning to the adaptions and transformations of our insect life, soil, waterways, skyscapes and produce for alternative perspectives.
Curated by Olivia Welch and Rachel Arndt.
THE REGIONAL ARTS DEVELOPMENT FUND IS A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT AND SOMERSET REGIONAL COUNCIL TO SUPPORT LOCAL ARTS AND CULTURE IN REGIONAL QUEENSLAND. THIS PROJECT WAS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT’S REGIONAL ARTS FUND, PROVIDED THROUGH REGIONAL ARTS AUSTRALIA, ADMINISTERED IN QUEENSLAND BY FLYING ARTS ALLIANCE.
IMAGE: ELIZABETH WILLING, KERNEL, 2019, FORTON CAST OF BUTTER SCULPTURE ON DINING/STUDIO TABLE, 100 x 70CM