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MAGNIFICATION Art Exhibition Talk

Next Sunday 10 of October, 2 to 3 pm I will give a talk about my current art exhibition “MAGNIFICATION: Thousands of Years, Biomimicry and The State of Change” on display at Wireless Hill Museum and Park.

The exhibition is a pilot residency project inspired by the biodiversity of Yagan-Mia Wireless Hill Museum and Park.

I will talk about the research, the ancient origins and historical importance of the site, the bioinspiration, biomimicry and the creative process. I will show images from this journey of nearly three years and I will be happy to answer your questions.

This exhibition has been very popular with hundreds of visitors and has been the inspiration to many on learning and interpreting nature.

The exhibition has been curated by Melville Museums Staff and supported by The City of Melville, the local government organization that looks after and administer this ancient and historic natural reserve.

The talk is Free Entry and preferable if you register to come to the talk at the link below, an event organized and coordinated by The City of Melville Events. City of Melville What’s On

The exhibition is part of IOTA21 , the First Indian Ocean Craft Triennial Art, an event that connects and showcase numerous institutions, museums, galleries and independent art and craft spaces in Western Australia, representing artists from countries of the Indian Ocean.

The exhibition is also part of the III Biomimesis Symposium, Xalapa, Mexico 2021. I will provide a virtual talk about the Biomimicry aspect of my exhibition.

This Symposium is an event from the Red Internacional Biomimetica RI3 (International Biomimetic Network), a non-for-profit organization established in Barcelona, Spain. The members of this organization are universities, scientists, professionals and other experts from Latin America, Europe and United States, unified around the Biomimicry knowledge to help and bring solutions from nature to our current human and environmental critical conditions.

The talk will be at the exhibition, Wireless Hill Museum, looking forward seeing there.

Image credit: Kelly Pilgrim-Bayrne from 7to1 Photography

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