Imaging the Land International Research Institute (ILIRI)

ochre house artist's residence at Fowler's Gap, New South Wales, Australia

The Land Arts Listserv sends news of residencies and initiatives offered through the
the Imaging the Land International Research Institute (ILIRI).

The ILIRI was the initiative of Dr Idris Murphy, Ian Grant and Louise Fowler-Smith. Operating out of the School of Art at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW in Sydney Australia, ILIRI aims to open a dialogue across a wide spectrum of contemporary approaches to imaging the land, from indigenous and non-indigenous, local and international perspectives and to promote new ways of perceiving the land in the 21st century.

Under Louise Fowler-Smith’s current directorship ILIRI’s interests have grown to incorporate cross-disciplinary projects that explore how we perceive and ultimately live in a land particularly vulnerable to climate change.

Check out details about opportunities and programs here.

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