The Long Paddock

Saturday 6 May, 2017 - Sunday 16 July, 2017 | Main Gallery

  • Future Acts, Future Method Studio, Rylestone Travelling Stock Route 2017 (photo: Rosie Krauss)

Curated by Joni Taylor from the New Landscapes Institute, this ground-breaking exhibition explores the history and the future of the Travelling Stock Routes network. This vast system of shared regional trails has inspired contemporary artists from across the country to respond with video, sculptural and sound-based installations.

The exhibition includes work by emerging, established and highly innovative artists including Zanny Begg, Megan Cope and Bill Buckley, Hayden Fowler, Future Method Studio, Grandeza, Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski, and The Wired Lab.

Activities and Events

Friday 5 May, 6pm-8pm: Exhibition launch

Saturday 6 May, 11am-1pm: Artist talks

Saturday 7 May, 10am-2pm: Outdoor installation, The ‘Plant’

Sunday 7 May, 10am-12pm: Future Acts// Travelling Stock Reserves: Politics and Histories
At Wiradjuri Reserve 

Join Future Method, Wiradjuri elders Lyn Syme & Kevin Williams, Academic Peter Spooner and Lawyer Maeve Parker for a conversation about the spatial politics, origins and futures of the Travelling Stock Reserves.

Our Commons and the Travelling Stock Reserves (TSR's) contain practical, environmental and cultural resources that are depended upon today as they have been for millennia. We are only now beginning to understand the origins of them and their relationship to indigenous trade routes, aboriginal sites of occupation and their significance to biodiversity.

This public forum is part of the Public Program for The Long Paddock, an exhibition of creative responses to the past, present and futures of the TSR network.

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Thursday 11 May, 1pm-2pm: Riverina Conservatorium of Music Lunchtime Concert Series #3

Saturday 17 June, 6pm-8pm: Exhibition catalogue launch, whipcracking performance by Emiliqua East, and performance and readings from Booranga Writers Centre

Saturday 15 July, 10am-2pm: ‘Art & Agriculture’ Symposium

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