Unseen by Brisbane artist Donna Davis is an exhibition that artistically and philosophically explores interspecies relationships, investigating the intricate web of unseen connections with reference to plants and fungi.

Davis explores the intersection between art and science to develop works that capture and create sites of ecological observation. Unseen uses sculpture, installation and digital media to evoke curiosity and contemplation about the intricate, and often unseen, living networks that nurture and sustain our planet.

‘Unseen’ is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. Donna Davis is supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, state and territory governments’. This project is also supported by the Queensland Herbarium, centre for research and information on Queensland ecosystems, plants and fungi. 

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SATURDAY 2 FEBRUARY –
TUESDAY 11 MARCH 2019

Floor Talk and Light Lunch:
12.30pm Thursday 14 February 2019
RSVP HERE


Image: Donna Davis, Un-truncated (detail) 2017, mixed media installation. Courtesy of the artist. Photography by Andrea Higgins.

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