I choose this title in my Indigenous language, Wiradjuri, because I believe it can be interpreted in several different ways and will challenge viewers to think about what this statement means to them. People think they own the country on which they’re on, but the country, land, was here long before us. Country doesn’t stay the same. It changes, it adapts, it moves, it breathes and regrows. This beauty is ever-evolving, continually changing— with or without us. That’s what my piece represents.
Railway Place & Maroondah Highway, Ringwood VIC
'Anthropocene Art Trail' is an initiative of Maroondah City Council managed in conjunction with Urban Smart Projects. Go to https://www.urbansmartprojects.com/news/anthropocene-art-trail to view a map of the trail.