Local visual artist Bianca Tainsh will create an art film and produce an ambitious body of works (sculpture, painting, digital media and texts) for a Queensland-wide exhibition tour to extend the A Topography for Reflection collaborative project with Katie Harris-MacLeod.
Recomposed as a watery amphitheatre, Lake Weyba was the stage for a series of evocative, performative exchanges during this year’s Floating Land Festival in October, which were captured by professional videographer.
Topography has already attracted widespread local, national and international attention, including many artists and arts organisations following the artists’ progress through their online creative documentation. This has been part of a process where the artists carried out en plein air expeditions that explored land art, feminine response and the techno-human relationship with nature.
IMAGE: A Topography for Reflection by Katie Harris MacLeod and Bianca Tainsh. Photograph: Jennifer Dean