Australia is one of the slowest changing landscapes in the world. In some remote regions, nothing has changed for 130,000 years. How do scientists and artists interpret this time scale? And what happens when artists meet scientists ‘in the field’?As part of a new venture for the ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (CABAH), artists are working alongside science researchers in remote locations and high-tech labs. What happens when we bring creative experts into the scientific picture?
In this panel discussion, CABAH geologist Tim Cohen and internationally acclaimed sound and video artists Sonia Leber and David Chesworth will showcase this new work, share their experiences and consider the increasing intersection and fascinating relationship between art and science.
Adults $30Concession $25^Student $20^^Queensland Museum Annual Pass Holders* $25
^Pensioners and senior card holders^^Full-time students with student card*Discounted tickets available for Annual Pass holders. A valid card will need to be presented with ticket at entry.
Sunday 24 March 2019, 2:00PM
slq Auditorium 2, State Library of QueenslandStanley Place, South Bank
All entrances and areas in the State Library building at South Bank are wheelchair accessible.