Image: Murphy’s Creek Gully, Gully Healing 2018, Bloom Collective. Still from performance documentation. Photo: Greg Harm, Tangible Media

Creative practice and environmental research.

USC Gallery

90 Sippy Downs Drive, Sippy Downs, Queensland  4556

Exhibition Dates: 23 August – 30 October 2021

Bloom Collective performance: 1pm, Saturday 28 August

Exhibition and Venue Details:

USC Art Gallery University of The Sunshine Coast, Sippy Downs

CURATORSLisa Chandler and Megan Williams

Image: Murphy’s Creek Gully, Gully Healing 2018, Photo: Tangible Media.

Sites of Connection

Illuminates the work of artists at the intersection of creative practice and environmental research.

The works move beyond the literal presentation of scientific research to demonstrate how artists employ creative methods to imaginatively explore environmental topics which illuminate ideas, spark curiosity, and generate dialogue.

Connecting audiences with a range of environmental research, Sites of Connection highlights how creative practice can complement scientific discourses in building understanding and raising awareness of environmental matters.



Leah Barclay, Bloom Collective (Jan Baker-Finch, Renata Buziak, Vicki Kelleher, Erik Griswold and Vanessa Tomlinson), Donna Davis, Alinta Krauth and Emma Lindsay.

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