Immerse yourself into the beauty and wonder of our wetlands
Wetlands are one of the most valuable ecosystems on Earth.They store three times more carbon than terrestrial forests, improve water quality, and are home to a diversity of species. Wetland Wander is an art-science collaboration that aims to inspire engagement and conservation of these critical ecosystems.
Led by wetland ecologist Fernanda Adame, sound artist Leah Barclay, walking/media artist James Cunningham, and multimedia artist Suzon Fuks, Wetland Wander incorporates knowledge from current and traditional landowners within Quandamooka(Moreton Bay), and Nywaigi, Gulgnay and Girramay countries (Queensland, Australia).
Explore these valuable ecosystems in this immersive 360-degree dual channel video projection that features 3D soundscapes, as you are taken on a walk through these wetland habitats and flown into species’ niches. As you get up close and personal with the swamp, you can sense the beauty and complexity of this wondrous place, and admire the intrinsic, environmental and timeless values of wetlands.
Wetland Wander Floor Talk: Friday 20 September
Wetland Wander Workshops: Mon 23 September
10 am–12 pm - FULLY BOOKED - contact the RPAC Box Office if you would like to go onto the wait list
- Children aged 5–10yrs
- This workshop is a playful introduction to fauna and flora of wetlands through sound recognition and a memory game.
1–3 pm - FULLY BOOKED - places are still available for the Redland Art Gallery Wetland Wander workshop on Thursday 26 September from 1-3pm MORE INFO >
- Teens aged 11–16yrs
- In this workshop we will explore wetlands through an artist walk through the exhibition, with behind the scenes anecdotes and the ‘making-of’ Wetland Wander
, in which the artists will share their art making techniques.
You can also enjoy more of Wetland Wander
at Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland from Sunday 8 September until Sunday 27 October MORE INFO >