SUMMER RESIDENCY SHOWCASE
18 January 2019
Briony Law works primarily with sculpture, moving image and installation. Her practice explores aspects of human ecology, urbanisation and the complex systems of mediation at play in parks, reserves and conservation areas. Her work observes social practices in these places and notions of “nature” connectedness. The resulting artworks layer and contrast digital representations with physical material constructions as a means to investigate human use of post-natural environment elements. Through these assemblages she aims to examine the potential of mediation to indirectly and inherently inform Western perspectives and attitudes toward ecology.
Documentation by Charlie Hillhouse