|©2016 Barry Smith - Almost looks too nice to be a plastic bag full of chopped up rubbish from our waterways|
The art work will be installed on Tuesday afternoon (22/11) at the the Art& Ecology Centre Tanawha as part of the Water and the Environment Collaborative Exhibition. The key artist in the exhibition is Japanese environmental artist Maseru Shimokawa (Daily Walks Notebook); supported by Dr Leah Barclay (River Listening).
I finished my preparations for the resin workshops today. This included chopping up some of the rubbish the students had collected from waterways.
|©2016 Barry Smith - Rubbish from the waterways|
|©2016 Barry Smith - More rubbish from the waterways|
|©2016 Barry Smith - Chopped up rubbish from the waterways|
Getting the eight litres of resin out.
Cutting small pieces of paper for the students to put into the base of the resin moulds - they all want their work back.
|©2016 Barry Smith - 300 pieces of paper for names|
|©2016 Barry Smith - And that is what we drink????|