Kim Williams, Lucas Ihlein, Brogan Bunt
Illawarra region, New South Wales
Public creek walking events and related activities with collaborators, friends and members of the public
Walking Upstream: Waterways of the Illawarra, Wollongong Art Gallery, October 2017 – February 2018.
Exhibition flyer: [PDF file]
Exhibition catalogue: [PDF file]
Fluid States: Performing Mobilities conference exhibition, Margaret Lawrence gallery, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, September 2016 Exhibition catalogue [PDF file]
Artists talk, Wollongong Art Gallery, December 2017.
Public creek walks: Hewitts Creek, Collins Creek, Towradgi Creek, Stanwell Creek, Bellambi Creek, Byarong Creek, American Creek, Brandy and Water Creek, Fairy Creek, Duck Creek, Mullet Creek, Macquarie Rivulet, Ooaree Creek
Guest creek walk, Edgars Creek, Coburg North, Melbourne
“Walkshop” series coinciding with exhibition at Wollongong Art Gallery, October 2017 – February 2018.
Kim Williams, Brogan Bunt, Lucas Ihlein, Climate Change: Views from the Humanities, University of California, Santa Barbara
Kim Williams, “Ecologies of Art: Collaboration, Social Engagement and the Environment”, H2O: Life and Death, J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice, University of Adelaide, 14-16 September, 2017
Kim Williams, Brogan Bunt, Lucas Ihlein, guest creek presentation and walk, EcoArts Australis conference, Wollongong 2016
Illawarra Mercury, October 2017
Kim Williams, 2019, “Fresh water, salt water: socially engaged art, collaboration and the environment”, Australian Humanities Review (in press) [PDF file]
Kim Williams and Lucas Ihlein, 2019, “Working and Walking with Waterways”, 100 Atmospheres: Studies in Scale and Wonder (book chapter), Open Humanities Press [PDF file]
Kim Williams, Brogan Bunt, Lucas Ihlein, 12 Creek Walks (book), Leech Press, Wollongong (hard copy supplied) [PDF file]