A lake echoes the sky. Glassy waters play the flight ways of birds, cirrus clouds and squall. Apparitions flit. The scene beguiles.
These landscapes made from reflective pools and surfaces, why are they so compelling? Is it something to do with the way nature seems to be offering itself as an artistic medium, on display more for its own celebration than for human delectation?
— Ruby Arrowsmith-Tood
Curatorial essay for Medium Earth
Art Gallery of New South Wales
An exhibition for the digital realm, presenting four vignettes of multispecies encounter by Karrabing Film Collective, Taloi Havini, Gabrielle Brady and mudmind.