LOG: Filter, Frame, Forest by Glenda Orr explores how the filters of science, art and commerce frame forest ecosystems and skew the way we value and interact with them. Orr, through her sculptural installations, fine art prints and drawings, visually disrupts the indexical representation of ‘nature’ with the repeated straight lines of the frame, graph or grid, unmasking our simplified understanding of the natural patterns and processes of the forest ecosystem.
SATURDAY 14 MAY –
SATURDAY 9 JULY 2016
Image: Glenda Orr, Wooded X–Y axes 2015, plant material collected at Bimblebox Nature Refuge cast in epoxy resin. Courtesy of the artist.