As Above, So Below

The term ‘as above, so below’ is commonly used to describe the idea that the microcosm mirrors the macrocosm and vice versa. In our current state of climate crisis, whereby seemingly minute changes in temperature and sea levels threaten catastrophic changes to the broader ecosystem, ‘as above, so below’ becomes a warning.

This exhibition brings together new and recent works by Australian and international artists who engage with our environment by investigating hidden ecosystems, plant communication, endangered species, air quality, eco-acoustics, posthumanism, plant/human relationships, and more.

Presented as part of ISEA.

23 June—13 October