Working the Waters
Fri 17 March - Sun 28 May
Guest Curated by educator, curator and arts writer Ann Finegan,Working the Waters features a collection of video works by artists Christine McMillan, Terry Burrows, Sue Pedley, Tina Havelock Stevens, Josephine Starrs & Leon Cmielewski.
Working the Waters takes its cue from the multiple modes of human engagement with the waters on the planet. With an emphasis on the folly and resultant disasters of human psychology Working the Waters combines installation and immersive video to explore the liminal zone of the pedosphere where human action and water meet.
Cinematic works including immersive projections, invite the audince to contemplate the collective visualisation of the landscape and offers an insight into the many contradictions of human psychology and the limitations of our foresight – or lack thereof – in respect of working the waters.
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