Opening celebration: Saturday 15 Feb 6pm

Duration: Sunday 16 Feb – Sunday 15 March

Opening times: Thursday – Sunday 11am – 4pm

Adelaide and regional artists respond to the current environmental crisis exploring transformative ways to mitigate the grief and disconnect associated with the passing of a once familiar and trusted experience of the place we call ‘home’. Weaving sound, projection, painting, textile, workshop, and poetry performance, this multi-sensory installation is an antidote to loss, re-affirming life’s interconnectedness, and the importance of our own health and wellbeing for the work that lies ahead.


Belinda Broughton, Jesse Budel, Liz Butler, Deb Cantrill, Louise Feneley, Gaynor Hartvigsen, Melissa Hellwig, Heidi Kenyon, Aaron Poole, Evette Sunset, Laura Wills, Jo Wilmot

Opening celebration – ALL WELCOME!

6pm Saturday 15 February

Speakers | Joan Gibbs, Cudlee Creek resident and lecturer, School of Natural and Built Environments, UniSA

Performances | Belinda Broughton (poetry) and Allegria (choral)

Exhibition hours

16 February to 15 March 2020
Thursday to Sunday, 11am – 4pm

Floor talk – Evette Sunset

1pm Saturday 7 March
Evette Sunset will be speaking about her work Eye of the Storm

Poetry Reading – Belinda Broughton

2pm Saturday 7 March
2pm Sunday 15 March
Belinda Broughton will be reading from her newly published book Not looking for Signs 

Outdoor sound work – Heidi Kenyon

12noon -1.30pm Sunday 15 March
Heidi Kenyon will present a live outdoor sound work composed by regenerated vegetation.

Listening Chairs

12-3pm each weekend
A trained listener will be present at the Listening Chairs to hear whatever you wish to tell them. All conversations are totally confidential.

Image details: Aaron Poole, Flooded Gum at Cudlee Creek, digital photograph