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Water Through Reeds Gallery, Bungendore 
Curated by Elaine Kim

This body of work reflects upon nature as an enduring symbol of resilience within the landscape. The banksia is sculpted in the temporal and fragile clay medium, before being fired into an enduring and resilient object. The dual quality of flora,  imbued with a sense of trauma and simultaneous beauty can be linked to Australia's colonial history and the ongoing notion of “discovery.” As  I am interested in landscape and its representation, I feel it is important to acknowledge these complicated histories and the uncanny nature of the place we call home. 

Artists: Elaine Kim, Lisa Carrett, Bowie Wong Design, Hyun Hee, Rina Bernabei, Alyson Bell, Janna Caspary, Kirsty Collins, Joseph Turrin, Kristen Radge, Leahlani Johnson and Tika Robinson 

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