10 Mar 2019 | Tracey M Benson || Bytetime

Nordic 5 Arts: Northern Light Exhibition

Really excited to be a part of this exhibition where some of my video works will be presented. From the Facebook event page: “Nordic Light” exhibition of paintings, prints, photographs, textiles, video art, and sculptures in ceramic and stone. Members of Nordic Five Arts—Tracey Benson, Colette Crutcher, Ulla De Larios, Olivia Eielson, Ellen Faris, Pam […]

26 Feb 2019 | Tracey M Benson || Bytetime

Words 4 Water @MITWater Night

Tonight some of my video works will be presented at part of the annual MIT Water Night which brings together water scientists, artists, technologists and water lovers. Here is a couple of tweets about the show Super happy to see some of “Words for Water” being exhibited as part of MIT Water Night – wish […]

18 Feb 2019 | Tracey M Benson || Bytetime

When the Rivers Run Dry

This year I have started a new series of works exploring the inland lakes and rivers of the Murray Darling Basin (MDB), building on the Words for Water project. As an ACF River Fellow and River Ambassador, I have learnt a lot from other Fellows from around the MBD about the many challenges the rivers […]

30 Dec 2018 | Tracey M Benson

2018 weft and weave AKA what a year!

As I prepare to write my annual post about the year that was, I can feel the mercury rising. It is predicted to be 39 degrees celsius today in Canberra.* In many ways this sense of anticipation is a bit like how my year unfolded. It started very gently and intensified as the year progressed. […]

19 Oct 2018 | Mindy Goose

The Story of a Lost Toy – Dog portraits

As part of my recent exhibition, The Tennis Ball, at Union Coffee House, I held a dog friendly viewing. I took portraits of the wonderful hounds, and here they are. We only had three dogs – Narla, Evie, and Mickey – but they were wonderful ...

21 Sep 2018 | Mindy Goose

Exhibition – The Story of a Lost Toy

click on the image above to find out more about the event On 29th September until 13th October, I will be showing the culmination of a year of collecting tennis balls. Images of discarded and destroyed tennis balls that is!  Hosted at the Union Coffee ...

16 Mar 2018 | Walk Coach Learn

Watch this Space by Claire Collison

The recent Watch This Space Exhibition by the fabulous Claire Collison at Goldsmiths University This (now finished) beautiful and moving exhibition explored mastectomy, cancer treatment and the representation of women.  Overflowing with creativity and different perspectives, humour and colour, warmth and presence. The Gentrification of Ruskin Park stands out for me. It documents the post-chemo … Watch this Space by Claire CollisonRead More »

25 Jan 2018 | Tracey M Benson

Ancient Journeys @ CSIRO Discovery Centre

My most recent works are on display at the CSIRO Discovery Centre until 2 March 2018. For international followers CSIRO means “Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.” The exhibition, Ancient Journeys: Waters of the Past expands on the Waters of the Past project and the bigger Words for Water project. I am having a closing […]

15 Apr 2017 | Forced Walks

Cut Flowers

Cut Flowers at the Beaumont Gallery, Mere currently features work from the Forced Walks: Honouring Esther collection. Cut Flowers runs until Sunday April 23. In addition to work from Lorna’s practice exploring inherited trauma, the exhibition includes the Honouring Esther … Continue reading →

19 Jan 2017 | Forced Walks

Esther Brunstein

Esther Brunstein, the Esther we honour in this project and series of walks, the Esther who has been our inspiration throughout, died earlier this week. The closing exhibition of the Honouring Esther project is deliberately timed around the Holocaust Memorial … Continue reading →

15 Dec 2016 | Kompl

Kompl at INTERFACE/LANDSCAPE 2016 New Media Exhibition

Kompl is one of the projects on show at the INTERFACE/LANDSCAPE 2016 New Media Exhibition at Ithaca College. Every year, Ithaca College is host to the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, FLEFF. It embraces and interrogates sustainability across all of its forms: economic, social, ecological, political, cultural, technological, and aesthetic. Now in its 20th year, thisRead more about Kompl at INTERFACE/LANDSCAPE 2016 New Media Exhibition[...]