Center for Art + Environment Blog

  • Visits to Australia

    Visiting Brisbane Part 2 of 2

    August 8, 2013   |   By William L. Fox

    After stopping in Brisbane to visit the Asia Pacific Triennial, CA+E Archivist Sara Frantz and I flew to Melbourne for meetings with Guy Abrahams of Climarte, a nonprofit that uses art to address climate change, as well as to see Linda Williams and Leon von Schaik at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology schools of... View Post

  • visits to Australia

    Visiting Brisbane, Part 1 of 2

    July 18, 2013   |   By William L. Fox

    After the sunless days in Tromsø this last January, it was positively antipodal to fly into Australia during February with CA+E Archivist and Librarian Sara Frantz. We were there to help open the exhibition of the Paruku Project in Alice Springs, which we’ve been working on for two years. Alice would be about 90ºF warmer... View Post

  • Travels in Australia: Paruku

    Travels in Australia: Paruku — Part 1 of 6

    September 9, 2011   |   By William L. Fox

    In August I flew from Reno to Los Angeles to make a 14-hour flight to Brisbane, Australia, caught a connecting flight for another three-and-a-half hours to Alice Springs in the center of the country, then hopped into a four-wheel-drive truck with artist Mandy Martin and drove another day-and-a-half to Lake Gregory–Australia’s equivalent to the Great... View Post