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The installation, Will she feed the fish? is selected for An Anthropocene Cabinet of Curiosities, Australian Galleries, Melbourne 3 May - 24 May as part of the international 2015 Climarte Festivalprogram.

Plastic served subtle purposes in the powerful Will she feed the fish? art-science collaboration between Lisa Roberts and Marc Pascal. The fine plastic wires that hung the aesthetically beautiful recycled Biomesh pods, including a pod of dreaming the Anthropocene, are implicated in wildlife destruction.

National Museum of Australia Review 8 May 2015

Will she feed the fish?, Installation in the Climarte Cabinet of Curiosities exhibition, Australian Galleries, Melbourne, Sunday 3 May 2015, curated by artist Many Martin (far right). William L. Fox, Director, Centre for Art + Environment, Nevada Museum of Art, led the artist presentations. Photo: Joseph Kiraly

Will she feed the fish?
(or Algae, Mimi, Anthropocene):
Homo phagus meets Diatom navicula,
a love story for plant lovers
Recycled Biomesh, hand-drawn,
machine-stitched.
Photos: Josef Goding

With An Marosszeky (left) and my installation, Oceanic Living Data at the Sydney Institute of Marine Science (SIMS). Photo: Inke Faulkner

 

Diatom navicular
Recycled Biomesh, hand-drawn, machine-stitched. 550mmx170mmx120mm
Photo: Lisa Roberts

 

Dinoflagellate
Recycled Biomesh, hand-drawn, machine-stitched. 350mmx650mmx300mm
Photo: Lisa Roberts

Hoop dancer
Pencil drawing on recycled paper. A5