2011 – mallee
Mallee [mæli:] at ANU School of Art gallery, October 2011
In mid-2011, a group of visual artists from the Australian National University and the University of New Mexico drew inspiration from fieldwork at Calperum Station, South Australia. Part of the Riverland Biosphere, Calperum is an enclave for mallee scrubland – one of the most endangered vegetation types in the world. This exhibition presents a selection of aesthetic responses to the natural and cultural features of ‘the mallee’ and its surrounding landscapes.
Prints: pigment on rag - 43 x 55 cm