Vol 15 no 1, 1995
Looking at the Landscape, the cultural meanings of what we grow, region = bioregion, botany and the body, farming as art, bush tucker as well as reviews of exhibitions and books make up this feast of an issue.
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The Food Chain Starts HereAuthor: Mr Djon Mundine, feature
"We are walking along, sister, singing and making country with the point of our digging sticks. What is that sister? A mangrove shell. We must put it within the mouth of this mat and hide it, making it sacred...Indeed it is sacred to us. Explores the importance of the mangroves to the indigenous people in northern Australia and the links to the Dreaming and their artistic representations."
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Articles in this issue
- Editorial: Culture/Agriculture
- Feature: A Piece of EcoCity
- Feature: Art about Farming, Farming as an Art?
- Feature: Asian Tucker in the NT - new trend, old ecology
- Feature: Botany and the Body: Fiona Hall
- Feature: Culture/ Agriculture
- Feature: Harsh Realities: Artists and the Land
- Feature: Husbandry and the Coporate Collection
- Feature: Living with the Land
- Feature: Photographing the Drought
- Feature: Plant a Yam, Paint a Yam
- Feature: Portrait of the Farmer as a Mature Potato
- Feature: Rene Boutin: An Artist and His Garden
- Feature: Rice on the Terrace
- Feature: Saved by the Demon - Hemp Lives
- Feature: The Cultural Biography of Plants
- Feature: The Food Chain Starts Here
- Feature: The Struggle for LESS Interesting Pictures
- Feature: The Terratransformers of Planet Three
- Feature: The use of Aesthetics: Food for Thought
- Feature: Wolseley and Majzner Read the Land
- Image bank: Image Bank
- Review: Cate Jones on Photography
- Review: David Bromfield on Sculpture
- Review: Ingrid Day on Phil Mullaly
- Review: Kay Aldenhoven on Annie Taylor
- Review: Maggie Baxter on High Fibre Diet
- Review: Margot Osborne on Marijana Tadic
- Review: Mark Stephens on 600,000 Hours
- Review: Paul Hay Diary
- Review: Robyn Daw on Elsje King