Bodies, minds and ears: postcard cyanotypes and embroidery made in response to hearing about lives in the Mayday Hills “lunatic asylum”

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Abstract

Jenni Munday presents postcard cyanotypes and embroidery made in response to hearing about lives in the Mayday Hills “lunatic asylum” in the wider context of the eco anxiety.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 28 Aug 2020
EventListening in the Anthropocene Exhibition and Symposium 2020: Part of the Creative Practice Circle - Online, Australia
Duration: 27 Aug 202028 Aug 2020
https://creativepracticecircle.csu.domains/

Online presentation

Online presentationListening in the Anthropocene Exhibition and Symposium 2020
Abbreviated titleArts-based research
CountryAustralia
Period27/08/2028/08/20
OtherThe symposium, exhibition and resulting publication will explore the act and idea of “Listening in the Anthropocene” – listening to the land, to others, to difference, as encountered in embodied and virtual spaces. We ask how we might attempt to understand or interpret what is being said in languages we do not understand? How might we resist – even if just for a moment – adding our own noise to the noises of the neoliberal project of the Anthropocene: the clashing music of the shopping mall; the voices of AI; sounds that invade us? How might we listen out, or tune in, to the small, the subtle, the unnoticed?
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