in situ : in place

The sense of place, whether in the pristine wild or amid the clutter of the city, whether derived from the locality of our birth or a dwelling place of choice, whether acknowledged or suppressed, pervades how we live and work.

Place is integral to human integrity and to our sense of being.

‘in situ’ comprises work by artists from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United States of America and the United Kingdom; examining the experience of locality, exploring the intimacy of personally familiar places and the particular relationship each artist has with their environment.

‘If you don’t know where you are, you don’t know who you are’     Wendell Berry

this site has been created to host images from the exhibition

‘in situ’

curated by India Flint

and shown at the Murray Bridge Regional Gallery, Murray Bridge, South Australia

May 22 – July 19, 2015

the exhibition was opened by Lisa Slade, Assistant Director Artistic Programs at the Art Gallery of South Australia

Ngarrindjeri Elder Uncle Moogey (Major Sumner) and dancers kindly offered a Welcome to Country.

with thanks to gallery director Melinda Rankin, exhibition installer Detlef Baumer and the artists :  Sandra Brownlee, Dorothy Caldwell, Helen Carnac, Imbi Davidson, Desirée Fitzgibbon, Roz Hawker, Nikki Jackson, Judy Keylock, Isobel McGarry, John Parkes

links to individual artist pages can be discovered by clicking on the triple bar symbol at the top right of this page