22 Oct Floating Land 2019: Point to Point Symposium
Floating Land Symposium: Is art leaving its mark on the environment or is the environment leaving its mark on art?
Floating Land 2019: Point to Point is Noosa’s biennial art event featuring sculptural and performative installations in nature across two definitive and iconic sites – Boreen Point and Noosa National Park.
From the serene shores of Lake Cootharaba at Boreen Point to the rocky outcrops of Noosa National Park you will be invited to experience thoughtful, challenging and environmentally aware works that engage sensitively with these special and spectacular spaces.
This symposium is an opportunity to meet and hear from international, national and local artists on how art and the environment can create change.
*Lunch included in price
Lyndon Davis and Brent Miller – Gubbi Gubbi (Kabi Kabi)
Deborah Hart – CLIMARTE – arts for a safe climate
Masao Okabe and Chihiro Minato – Trees to Trees – Okabe revisits Noosa after 31 years
Blaklash – First Nations involvement in Brook Andrew’s Floating Land Travelling Colony
Bianca Beetson – Indelible Stain – responding to the history of Murdering Creek
Leah Barclay – River Listening from Source to Sea
Kristian Haggblom – The Blue Sea of Foliage
Domenico de Clario – Floating Land, Floating Moon
Is art leaving its mark on the environment or is the environment leaving its mark on art?
Image: Sue Coburn, Sails, Floating Land, 2009.