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Replant: A New Generation of Botanical Art

Angus Cameron, Editor; Glenn Wightman, Editor
Format
Book
Published
[Parap, N.T.] : Nomad Art Productions, ©2006.
Language
English
ISBN
1920772383, 9781920772383
Keywords
Deborah Wurrkidj
Fiona Hall
Irene Mungatopi
Judy Watson
Martha Sambono
Winsome Jobling
Peter Eve
Angus and Rose Cameron
Basil Hall
Jo Diggens
Glenn Wightman
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    a| 26 unnumbered pages : b| illustrations (some color), portraits ; c| 15 x 21 cm
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    a| Artists exhibited: Deborah Wurrkidj, Fiona Hall, Irene Mungatopi, Judy Watson, Martha Sambono, Winsome Jobling, Peter Eve, Angus and Rose Cameron, Basil Hall, Jo Diggens and Glenn Wightman.
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    a| Replant is a collaborative project between the Northern Territory Herbarium and Nomad Art Productions, and was created when a diverse group of Australian artists came together at Daly River in March 2006. During the workshop the artists explored the scientific, cultural and social aspects of Indigenous plant species with tradtitional knowledge custodians and long term Territory researcher and ethno botanist Glenn Wightman.
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