“As Water Is To Water.” An illustrated paper that draws parallels between water’s features and the kinds of realisation made through training in theatre and dance ecology praxis. Sets out a template for cooperative dialogue and models for non-agonistic decision-making.
First presented as an interactive discussion during the Waterwheel online symposium, Water Views: Caring and Daring – 3WDS14, 23 March 2014. Go to: http://water-wheel.net
Screen recording of the Tap presentation http://water-wheel.net/media_items/view/4866also
Paper also available at https://monash.academia.edu/zsuzsannasoboslay
Image: James Geurts. The Environmental Performance Agency [EPA] , Body of Water, Melbourne Food and Wine Fair, March 1-2″ 2014.
I sing the landscape electric.” A poetic discourse on ways of being in the world (2001: 6000 words). I sing the landscape electric
“A note on Immersion”: textile artist Paull McKee and glass artist Kirstie Rea, year-long project, Namadgi National Park and Craft ACT; 1500 words (December, 2011).On Immersion
“Artists Changing How We Think About the World”
CraftACT Landcare CT May 2010
“Landsongs: Teaching our eyes to listen”. Catalogue commission, Craft ACT/National Parks and Wildlife Service immersion project; 2500 words, May 2009.Landsongs-teaching our eyes to listen
“Artists Turned Inside Out in Residency Project”. Published Canberra Times, May 2010
Artists Turned Inside Out in Craft ACT residency
“Becoming Imperceptible”: painter/printmaker Paul Uhlmann at the Goethe Institut, Sydney; 1500 words, June 2010.Becoming Imperceptible
“Eco-worrying”: painter Mandy Martin’s retrospective at Canberra Museum and Gallery; 1500 words, Oct 2009.Mandy Martin EcoWorrying
“Growing Home: the street trees of Canberra”: the work of Elizabeth Paterson at the National Botanic Gardens; 1800 words, April 2009.growinghome