Nicole Welch’s Wildēornes Land is an ambitious, monumental cinematic exhibition combining installation, photography and moving image that investigates the Blue Mountains wilderness from a historical, cultural and ecological viewpoint. The exhibition draws upon archival records that illuminate early European’s romantic notions of Australian wilderness juxtaposed with contemporary ideas and concerns that reflect the inherent loss and uncertainty we now face for our natural environment.
A Blue Mountains City Art Gallery exhibition
Nicole Welch is represented by MAY SPACE
IMAGE: NICOLE WELCH Wildēornes Land #3 2016, giclée print, face-mounted, 135 x 76 cm, edition of 6. Image courtesy the artist
Lunchtime Panel Discussion as part of Australian Heritage Week
Saturday 15 April, 10:30am – 12:00pm
Join Sabrina Roesner, Exhibitions Manager at Blue Mountains Cultural Centre for a lunchtime panel discussion with exhibiting artist Nicole Welch; Alex Wisser, Co-Director of Cementa and Yuri Bolotin, Director of BigCi and local explorer to discuss ecological themes in contemporary practice.
FREE with Gallery ticket. RSVPs appreciated at Reception or 4780 5410
Autumn School Holiday Program with Nicole Welch: Create a Hybrid Landscape
Tuesday 18 April, 10:30am – 12:30pm
Suitable for ages 6 – 11 years.
Unleash your creative side this school holiday and experiment with collage techniques with exhibiting artist Nicole Welch. In celebration of World Heritage Day, participants will explore the history of the Blue Mountains and its unique ecological features as they work with images of the Blue Mountains to create a collage of a hybrid landscape that speak to a future of sustainability.
All Material included, however kids are welcome to bring their own images of the Blue Mountains. $17/$15 InSight Members. Bookings essential at Reception or 4780 5410.