Collaborating artists and scientists involved with the innovative Ku-ring-gai pH: art + science project talk together in depth about the way Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park has informed and inspired their ideas about art and science as interrelated elds, and the scienti c and creative concepts they are exploring for the exhibition at Manly Art Gallery & Museum in December 2016.
Ku-ring-gai pH is an exhibition and residency project presented by Eramboo Artist Environment, Manly Art Gallery & Museum and National Parks and Wildlife Service NSW, and supported by Pittwater Council. Curated by Susan Milne and Katherine Roberts.
Joshua Yeldham & Mia Dalby-Ball
Sunlight plays on the water and dances on the undersides of the Mangrove
leaves. Cool mud in our toes and that smell of salt-air mixed with deep Earth. Join us here, where life abounds, for a synthesis of facts on Mangroves and Saltmarsh from Mia Dalby-Ball and awakening through Joshua Yeldham vision of the mangrove as a symbolic process of nature’s supreme technologies - filtering out redundant elements to drink vitality / absorbing our life’s nutrients to taste our full potential.