Rejuvenation – a Cyanotype in Australia Exhibition


KEPK Studio

241 Station Road

Yeerongpilly, QLD 4105



Saturday 25 September, 2 – 4pm

Exhibition Dates: 25 September – 3 October 2021

Renata Buziak, Gullies and the Reef, Cyanotype on cotton, unique, partially bleached and tinted, 2021. Image size: 30 x 30cm.



A satellite event to the main celebrations of the 2021 World Cyanotype Day

The opening and catalogue launch of the “REJUVENATION”.

Come and witness cyanotype prints made by Australian and New Zealand artists responding to the theme REJUVENATION.

Gail Neumann and David Symons will be the hosts of this year’s event. Victoria Cooper and Doug Spowart fellow CinAust Team members will join the event online.

Gullies and the Reef 

The expanse of gully erosion due to land use (such as overgrazing and mining) causes fine sediment flow into river systems, which affects aquatic ecosystems and prevents sunlight from reaching the reef. This is one of the main contributors to poor water quality and declining health of the Great Barrier Reef (GBR).

Hope for rejuvenation

In recent years major research and restoration have been conducted to reduce soil erosion, sediment, and nutrients pesticides entering the rivers of the extensive gullies in a GBR catchment. There is much hope for the future rejuvenation of our life-giving waterways. 

This artwork follows my involvement in The Wrong Kind of Beauty art-science collaboration focusing on soil erosion. 

More info on a current exhibition featuring this project by Bloom Collective: Sites of Connection.

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