Organic Simulcast by Debbie Livingston and The resurgence of the ancient image by Phyllis Araneo

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Organic Simulcast by Debbie Livingston and The resurgence of the ancient image by Phyllis Araneo

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Artwork: Debbie Livingston, View from the open cockpit, digital image, 2005. Thursday 12 January - Saturday 11 February

Organic Simulcast is an essay of photographic digital prints and projections about the micro and macro world of nature and our built environment from a local perspective. The exhibition aims to simulate a virtual experience for the viewer to evoke awareness about nature and human encroachment. It uses interpretive methods of design, photography, film and sound to communicate an appreciation for our natural resources.

Phyllis Araneo's paintings in Green Man Resurrected explore her contention that the Green Man image emerges through popular cultural art forms whenArtwork: Phyllis Araneo, Royal Palm Green Man, oil on canvas, 2005. there is a marked change in the relationship between nature and humanity. The exhibit looks at the power of the image to affect people's belief systems in relation to their natural environments.

Image (top): Debbie Livingston, View from the open cockpit (detail), digital image, 2005.

Image (bottom): Phyllis Araneo, Royal Palm Green Man (detail), oil on canvas, 2005.

 

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