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A Trees Worth

Counihan Gallery, Brunswick

Sat 27 April - Sun 26 May
Curator: Aviva Reed


This art- science exhibition raises complex ideas around earth rights, nature's agency & trees within our landscape.

Language frames the way in which we see the world. Recently, the term 'ecosystem services' has become a way to describe the important role nature plays in 'supporting' humans. Often criticized for language that commodifies nature, giving it a monetary value to be bartering with, it also gives nature a bartering force within the governance structure that currently exists. This exhibition raises ideas around earth rights, voice, agency and the capacity of trees to mitigate a changing climate. This exhibition is a collaboration between artists, writers, scientists, planners, policy makers and trees.

A Tree's Worth questions the paradox of language, exploring the role that data may play in the contemporary human journey of learning to listen to trees, simultaneously celebrating trees and their 'worth' in society.

Selena de Carvalho
Aviva Reed
Scale Free Network
Sofia Sabbagh
Damien Wright

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photo by Theresa Harrison


photo by Theresa Harrison


artwork by Sofia Sabbagh mycelium tendrils by Scale Free Network photo by Theresa Harrison


Artwork by Selena De Carvelho photo by Theresa Harrison


photo by Theresa Harrison


Watercolour on paper by Aviva Reed mycelium by Briony Barr photo by Theresa Harrison


artwork by Sofia Sabbagh photo by Theresa Harrison


artwork by photo by Theresa Harrison

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