Nicole Dextras Nicole’s art practice is based on the concept of the ephemeral; be it made of ice or of leaves, her artwork is constantly in a state of flux.
Sharon Kallis Sharon involves community by using traditional hand techniques with invasive species and garden waste; site-specific installations are created that become ecological interventions.
Pierre Leichner Connectivity is primary. Working in a symbiotic relationship with living matter to express ecological concerns
Fae Logie In her art practice, Logie juxtaposes the found and manufactured object within the realms of both the scientific and the poetic.
Tiki Mulvihill Bridging the gap between fact and fiction, Tiki creates site-generated, interactive installations, which ‘tease’ the supposed truths we construct in our conflicted relationships with place.
Haruko Okano Reuse, repurpose natural and manmade materials as environmental installations.
Robin Ripley Robin transforms natural materials to draw attention to the often overlooked diversity of our living world.
Shirley Wiebe Shirley recontextualizes industrial materials that are used in the environment to reflect on the relationship we have with nature.