This sequence of images show the change in the coloured sand patterns over repeated rehearsals and the performance for the Goolwa local project presentation as part of Alluvial Connections: From Source to Sea. The surprise was in how they transitioned from a schematic pattern to one that is just like sand forms under water.
Article written by Ken Orchard, member of the One River Reference Group One River: Alluvial Connections – from source to sea. Margaret Worth with Bill ‘Swampy’ Marsh, Richard Hodges & Michelle Murray. Signal Point Gallery, Goolwa: 1 August – 1 September 2013 One River: Alluvial Connections – from source to sea recently on show at […]
The documentary about the Goolwa One River project, Alluvial Connections – From Source to Sea, is now available online and can be viewed here. There are some really beautiful images in this doco from Richard Hodges. Great work by all four artists – a really good example of how four people from very different disciplines […]
[Robert Hera-Singh is eleven years of age. When asked how he feels about the area he lives in, he replied, ‘I’m proud of the water coming back. I’m proud that so many people survived through the drought. I’m proud how Australians say they’ll never give up on the lake and the Coorong and I hope […]
[Ellen Trevorrow is a Ngarrindjeri elder from Camp Coorong and an Ngarrindjeri Cultural Basket Weaver. She is currently working towards many exhibitions and she is a dedicated worker with children. She tells her story to Bill ‘Swampy’ Marsh.] I’m a Ngarrindjeri woman from on the Murray River, not that far from Wellington, near where the […]
[Kym McHugh has held the position of Mayor of Alexandrina for the past eighteen years. He’s currently President of the South Australian Local Government Association and a Life Member of the South Australian Country Fire Services and previously Chair of the SACFS Board. He tells his story to Bill ‘Swampy’ Marsh.] I’ve always lived at […]
[Garry Hera-Singh has been President of the Southern Fishermans’ Association for the past thirteen years. He was at the helm when the Lakes and Coorong Fishery became only the third fishery in Australia and the twenty-seventh in the world to gain Marine Stewardship Council Accreditation for sustainable fisheries. He acknowledges that he had, and still […]