Art Land

Issue 36:3 | September 2016

Editor: Eve Sullivan

This issue looks at the restorative role of art in rebuilding connections between people and the land. Amidst the wave of writing, thinking and activism coming from our cities and regions, artists across Australia are redefining ideas of practice as land art, expanded forms of landscape art, “eco” and environmental arts to support a diverse range of broadly connective and interdisciplinary outcomes. 

Cover image: Henry Jock Walker, Open Road Painting, acrylic on HiAce. Commissioned as part of the Kickstart program for the Next Wave Festival, 2014. Photo: Che Choreley.
NAVA Country Arts SA Unley Museum Cementa