Artist Talks: Resurfaced Geographies, and a world that breathes out

Artist Talks: Resurfaced Geographies, and a world that breathes out
Saturday 18 May 2019

On the final day of exhibitions Resurfaced Geographies, and a world that breathes out, join the exhibiting artists to discuss their practices and the themes of each exhibition.

Resurfaced Geographies is an artist-led exhibition by Izabela Pluta, Ellen Dahl, and Yvette Hamilton that charts the intersections between topography, place and photography in the age of the Anthropocene.

a world that breathes out is comprised of an installation made up of the traces of a speculative therapeutic technology. In a duet with the water that it superceded, the sonic shower sings a slow lament before it is washed back into the earth.

Image credit: Ellen Dahl, Void (2019) Archival pigment print, 85cm x 110cm