Photo: Leah Barclay
Brisbane – Kudos to wetland ecologist Fernanda Adame, sound artist Leah Barclay, walking/media artist James Cunningham and multimedia artist Suzon Fuks for developing the Wetland Wander, an art-science collaboration currently on exhibit at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, through August 20. Hashtag: #WetlandWander
This project has been supported by the Australian Rivers Institute and Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre at Griffith University, the Queensland Government through the Advance Queensland Program with an Engaging Science grant and an Advance Queensland Fellowship. The organizers thank Traditional Owners from the lands from which this project’s material comes, especially the Nywaigi, Gulgnay and Girramay peoples of Northern Queensland and the Quandamooka peoples of Stradbroke Island.
The organizers also thank the Wetlands Program for their support, and Michael Costelloe, Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation, Avril Quaill, Quandamooka Festival, Minjerribah Moorgumpin Elders-In-Council, Valerie Keenan, Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre, Mungalla Aboriginal Business Corporation, Andrew Skeoch, Afshin Shahmoradi, Nasim Khosravi and Baran Theatre.