The Macquarie Marshes is set to feature in the United Kingdom as part of the Moses and Marshes exhibition by Dubbo artist Kim V.Goldsmith in collaboration with UK artist Andrew Howe.
The exhibition, opening in the UK from October 1st, will show a culmination of three years of in the wetlands and the communities of the Macquarie Marshes as well as the Fenn's, Whixall and Bettisfield Mosses- located on the England/Wales border.
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Individual and collaborative artworks in the exhibition reflect both local differences and shared global challenges for these fragile environments on opposite sides of the planet, informed by extensive desktop research, reading, and many conversations over time.
The exhibition mediums include long and short videos, soundscapes, prints, and paintings.
In their respective studios, the artistic duo worked to create works that not only celebrated the obvious beauty of the wetlands and recognise the place they've held within their respective communities over the centuries but also provoked conversations around what shape their future might take.
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