Land Currents is a collection of digital prints on paper by Taungurung artist/designer Maddi Moser. In this exhibition, Moser conveys her love of Country by expressing that “land is something we share, not something we can own.” The works are about places the artist feels most at home, prompting the viewer to reflect on landscapes that they have inherent connections and feelings of attachment. Land Currents focuses on the land and how it ties the artist to her Taungurung culture. By digitally altering photographs using Photoshop, Moser explores how the natural world connects all people by visually representing the energy that exists in the earth, creating a multitude of connections across land and water.
- Exhibition Opening:
- Saturday 3 August, 2-4pm
- Please join us for the opening of Land Currents and They Shield Us
- in Gallery 1, with refreshments and live music.
- 27 July 2019 – 22 September 2019
- Level 2 Project Space, Yarra Building
- Federation Square, Melbourne.
Maddi Moser is a Taungurung photographer and designer based in Wodonga. She uses her digital skills to create vivid mixed-media artworks that acknowledge traditional Aboriginal elements through a contemporary perspective. Maddi’s work is concerned with themes around the environment, her culture and language. Maddi runs her own design and photography business – Chlo & Co Creatives – and works as an art teacher at her local high school. Only recently exploring her fine arts practice, Maddi has exhibited in the 2018 Koorie Art Show, 2018 Chiltern Art Show and her artwork has become a permanent fixture on glass at Kyneton District Health.