Gondwana Liminal?

Bremer Bay Liminal workshop. Photo courtesy MIX Artists.

Liminal spaces or states refer to the thresholds or transitional states betwixt and between one space or state and another. They may be physical, cultural, social or ecological, and make for a great summer workshop in Bremer Bay considering the luminal aspects of Gondwana Link. Albany’s MIX Artist group did a great job organising this workshop, which included members of the Fitzgerald Biosphere Group and Friends of Fitzgerald River National Park. Presentations on Gondwana Link and the Fitzgerald Biosphere Biological Review were followed by discussions of luminal spaces and states seen in the Fitz-Stirling region and photographic sessions around Bremer Bay. The images and writings will be used to construct an exhibition to be shown in Albany (4-27 February 05) as part of the Perth International Arts Great Southern Festival.

Amanda represented Gondwana Link, and was joined by Wilderness Society intern Nina Rabe and Paula Deegan (as consultant for the Fitzgerald Biosphere Biological Review).


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