22. Lucille Martin (WA)
Micah transformation through Nature
iPhoneography, photo media, archival print on acrylic face mount
107 x 150cm
“Micah’s passage spoke to me about a spiritual relationship to nature and the pressing need for a unified and universal connection of healing and repair for our planet. The imagery is underpinned by my concern for our environment and all species, in relation to recent catastrophic fires of 2019 -20, resulting from climate change. The images were captured during awarded AIR’s and field trips in Australia and New Zealand. My methodology, inspired through the theme, was positioned more about the focus of a cross informed through a framework of coordinates and crossing lines orientated within space and time and importantly signifying points of intersection between man and nature.”
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Lucille Martin is a contemporary Australian artist with an established professional career in photo-media and multi-disciplinary work which includes community development, higher education and policy advocacy. She is passionate about the flora and fauna of the Australian landscape and environmental issues. In a career spanning 25 years, she has created solo, group and curatorial exhibitions, commissions and residencies. Her work has been peer-awarded via four Australia Council Grants, including a Tokyo Residency from 1994-95 and a Department of Culture and the Arts Western Australian Fellowship in 1996 to work with First Nations’ women in Broome, Western Australia.