Robyn Glade-Wright & Barbara Dover – Disquiet: Ecological Anxieties & Transformation
29 January - 28 February
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This touring exhibition by James Cook University Associate Professor Robyn Glade-Wright & Dr Barbara Dover considers the millions of tonnes of plastic that are discarded into the environment every year, and the resultant feelings of anxiety, anguish and grief. These artists use found plastic marine debris to create works that amplify and raise questions about such ecological destruction and how to move forward as individuals and a nation.
Image: Barbara Dover, Decoy, 2018, Found far north Queensland squid hooks, metal, glue, 35 x 35 x 25cm. Photo: Michael Marzik.
Exhibitions Launch Friday 29 January 2021:
Bookings will be made available in mid-late January 2021, pending COVID-19 advice.
John Paiwan’s Talking Earth is also on display during this exhibition period 29 January – 28 February 2021.