This exhibition, curated exclusively for Word Science Festival Brisbane is an insightful and optimistic reflection on the impacts the current climate crisis is having on our society.
Creative Climate Changers brings together three female artists from diverse backgrounds, each with a distinctive and important story to tell.
It is their creative response to the impacts of climate change – it is insightful, personal and diverse.
Through conceptual art, installation art and contemporary opera this exhibition aims to encourage diverse and new narratives – highlighting action on climate change can take different forms.
Be touched by the empathy and resilience in a bushfire effected community through an opera in development with Soprano Jenna Robertson.
Go on country with conceptual artist Libby Harward, as she explores the connections between water systems and the survival of First Nations Cultures.
Imagine what the future may hold in a rapidly warming world with emerging artist Martina Clarke and her art installation which experiments with micro-climates.
Artist Libby Harward is a descendant of the Ngugi people of Mulgumpin (Moreton Island) in the Quandamooka (Moreton Bay Area). Known for her early work as an urban graffiti artist...View Profile
Scottish-Australian Jenna Robertson is an independent artist based in Queensland, Australia with an interest in the evolution of humanity and social justice. Jenna currently balances a national portfolio of work...View Profile
Martina Clarke is a Gold Coast-based oil painter and installation artist. Her practice reimagines the relationship between nature and urban architecture through immersive installations. Artificial rain and grass growing systems...View Profile
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