Megan Cope

RE FORMATION Part I 2016, 1800 hand-made concrete shells lodged in ilmenite (black mineral sand), Dimensions variable
Documentation of 'Kinyingarra Guwinyanba' 2022, Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island. Image by Cian Sanders.
Foundations II 2016, Oyster shells and cast concrete, Photographer: Zan Wimberley courtesy of UNSW Galleries
Megan Cope Interview: QAGOMA 2019
Untitled (Death Song) 2020, Instruments made of repurposed soil augers, oil drums, violin, cello, bass, guitar, piano strings and rocks from South Australia Geological Museum; site-specific natural debris from local environment; sound by Isha Ram Das., Dimensions variable, Installation view: UNSW Galleries, Sydney. Photograph: Zan Wimberley
YARABINDJA BUDJURUNG I 2021, Lithograph on BFK gsm paper, 5 panels: 105 x 75 cm each, 105 x 365 cm overall
Flight or Fight #5 Radar 2018–2019, Acrylic on paper Ethnographic Map of Eastern Turkey in Asia, Syria and Western Persia on Linen mounted in North Stradbroke Island Cypress Pine, 171 x 165 cm
Flight or Fight #3 Silk Road Extended (Friendly Object) 2019, Acrylic on paper Chinese Map of Middle east (printed by Sun Wah press 1941) on linen mounted in North Stradbroke Island Blue Gum, 93 x 142 cm
Installation view of 'Fractures and Frequencies' 2021, UNSW Galleries, Sydney. Photograph: Zan Wimberley
The Black Napoleon (Eulope) 2019, Lithograph on paper, 105 x 75 cm
Megan Cope Fluid Terrain 2013, Transparent vinyl, 700 x 1000 cm, Commissioned by Gallery of Modern Art for ‘My Country, I Still Call Australia Home’

Megan Cope is a Quandamooka woman (North Stradbroke Island) in South East Queensland. Her site-specific sculptural installations, video work, and paintings investigate issues relating to identity, the environment and mapping practices.

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