Creative solutions for a changing climate
On removing the khaki pants image from native Australian food, and where you can get your muntrie fix
Data about grass, trees and flowers will never be more important than grass, trees and flowers
Natalie Jeremijenko’s art practice centres on utilising the creative potential of science and of the imagination to find solutions to the problems of environmental degradation. In recent years, her work has been increasingly focused on food production.
‘The arts are an even better barometer of what is happening in our world than the stock market or the debates in congress.’ – Hendrik Willem Van Loon (historian, 1882-1944)
Globally, there is an emerging trend of artists working closely with councils and the providers of green infrastructure to bring the functioning of our built environment and our relationship with nature to the fore of the public consciousness.