Exhibitions  /  Megan Cope, D Harding, Judy Watson
Reclaim the Earth

Apr 15 – Sep 4, 2022 Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Acknowledging today’s socially and politically crucial need to rethink the world beyond the nature/culture partition, the exhibition Reclaim the Earth4 follows the trajectories of artists with a different approach to “natural” materials: wood, earth, plants, shells or minerals are motifs or mediums irreducible to their mere materiality.

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Exhibition Artworks

Megan Cope Untitled (Death Song) 2020, Drills, oil drums, violin, cello, bass, guitars, piano strings, natural debris, iron thread, metal, rocks, gravels, Installation, Palais de Tokyo, Paris. Photo by Aurélien Mole
Megan Cope Untitled (Death Song) 2020, Drills, oil drums, violin, cello, bass, guitars, piano strings, natural debris, iron thread, metal, rocks, gravels, Installation, Palais de Tokyo, Paris. Photo by Aurélien Mole
Megan Cope Untitled (Death Song) 2020, Drills, oil drums, violin, cello, bass, guitars, piano strings, natural debris, iron thread, metal, rocks, gravels, Installation, Palais de Tokyo, Paris. Photo by Aurélien Mole
Judy Watson moreton bay rivers, australian temperature chart, freshwater mussels, net, spectogram 2022, indigo dye, graphite, synthetic polymer paint, waxed linen thread and pastel on cotton, 247 x 488 cm, Judy Watson with Tor Maclean, Cheryl Leavy, Madeleine King, Ebony Wilmott, Dot Watson, Rani Carmichael & Dhana Merritt
with Aunty Helena Gulash’s spectrogram.
Judy Watson moreton bay rivers, australian temperature chart, freshwater mussel shells, net, spectogram(detail) 2022, Indigo, graphite, acyrlic and pastel on canvas, 246 x 438 cm, with Tor Maclean, Cheryl Leavy, Madeleine King, Ebony Wilmott, Dot Watson, Rani Carmichael & Dhana Merritt; with Aunty Helena Gulash’s spectogram
Judy Watson lost islands of the seine with temperature chart 2022, Indigo, rust, graphite, synthetic polymer paint cotton, 243 x 152 cm, with Tor Maclean
Judy Watson burrum river with dead tree 2022, Indigo, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 235 x 176 cm
Judy Watson rivers of gulf with casuarina 2022, Indigo, synthetic polymer paint, graphite. pastel, waxed linen thread on canvas
Judy Watson red spine (bunya) and kangaroo grass 2022, Graphite, synthetic polymer paint on eco dyed lining

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