Blog posts tagged with: Environment

Posted Oct 20, 2020
By
Israel Randell

“I was thinking about what you think is knowledge, what you find out through machinery, and what you find out through attending to things that you see” - Alex Monteith

In this episode our Mana Moana Resident Israel Randell talks to Alex Monteith about her new CIRCUIT Artist Cinema Commission Deepwater Currents (2020), premiering 6.30pm Friday 23 October at Pataka.

Posted Oct 20, 2020
By
Israel Randell

“I was thinking about what you think is knowledge, what you find out through machinery, and what you find out through attending to things that you see” - Alex Monteith

In this episode our Mana Moana Resident Israel Randell talks to Alex Monteith about her new CIRCUIT Artist Cinema Commission Deepwater Currents (2020), premiering 6.30pm Friday 23 October at Pataka.

Posted Oct 20, 2020
By
Israel Randell

“I was thinking about what you think is knowledge, what you find out through machinery, and what you find out through attending to things that you see” - Alex Monteith

In this episode our Mana Moana Resident Israel Randell talks to Alex Monteith about her new CIRCUIT Artist Cinema Commission Deepwater Currents (2020), premiering 6.30pm Friday 23 October at Pataka.

Posted Oct 20, 2020
By
Israel Randell

“I was thinking about what you think is knowledge, what you find out through machinery, and what you find out through attending to things that you see” - Alex Monteith

In this episode our Mana Moana Resident Israel Randell talks to Alex Monteith about her new CIRCUIT Artist Cinema Commission Deepwater Currents (2020), premiering 6.30pm Friday 23 October at Pataka.

Posted Oct 20, 2020
By
Israel Randell

“I was thinking about what you think is knowledge, what you find out through machinery, and what you find out through attending to things that you see” - Alex Monteith

In this episode our Mana Moana Resident Israel Randell talks to Alex Monteith about her new CIRCUIT Artist Cinema Commission Deepwater Currents (2020), premiering 6.30pm Friday 23 October at Pataka.

Posted Aug 14, 2020
By
Connie Brown
Installation Shot: Fiona Amundsen and Tim Corballis, Human Hand, Dowse Art Museum (2020). Photo by Shaun Matthews

"Drawing in equal parts from her spiritual and scholarly background to think about present ecological circumstances – and their psychological contingencies – Macy offers that, “as in all organisms, pain has a purpose: it is a warning signal, desired to trigger remedial action. The problem, therefore, lies not in our pain for the world but in our repression of it”.

Posted Aug 14, 2020
By
Connie Brown
Installation Shot: Fiona Amundsen and Tim Corballis, Human Hand, Dowse Art Museum (2020). Photo by Shaun Matthews

"Drawing in equal parts from her spiritual and scholarly background to think about present ecological circumstances – and their psychological contingencies – Macy offers that, “as in all organisms, pain has a purpose: it is a warning signal, desired to trigger remedial action. The problem, therefore, lies not in our pain for the world but in our repression of it”.

Posted Aug 14, 2020
By
Connie Brown
Installation Shot: Fiona Amundsen and Tim Corballis, Human Hand, Dowse Art Museum (2020). Photo by Shaun Matthews

"Drawing in equal parts from her spiritual and scholarly background to think about present ecological circumstances – and their psychological contingencies – Macy offers that, “as in all organisms, pain has a purpose: it is a warning signal, desired to trigger remedial action. The problem, therefore, lies not in our pain for the world but in our repression of it”.

Posted Aug 14, 2020
By
Connie Brown
Installation Shot: Fiona Amundsen and Tim Corballis, Human Hand, Dowse Art Museum (2020). Photo by Shaun Matthews

"Drawing in equal parts from her spiritual and scholarly background to think about present ecological circumstances – and their psychological contingencies – Macy offers that, “as in all organisms, pain has a purpose: it is a warning signal, desired to trigger remedial action. The problem, therefore, lies not in our pain for the world but in our repression of it”.

Posted Aug 14, 2020
By
Connie Brown
Installation Shot: Fiona Amundsen and Tim Corballis, Human Hand, Dowse Art Museum (2020). Photo by Shaun Matthews

"Drawing in equal parts from her spiritual and scholarly background to think about present ecological circumstances – and their psychological contingencies – Macy offers that, “as in all organisms, pain has a purpose: it is a warning signal, desired to trigger remedial action. The problem, therefore, lies not in our pain for the world but in our repression of it”.

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