Dianna Wells — Finding Wild

Fireweed 2017

29 March–22 April

Finding Wild is an exhibition of hand printed photographs and lumen prints, engaging landscape, botany and 19th century photography to explore the notion of ‘the new wild’, where introduced plant species grow wild in bushland environments primarily within and surrounding Melbourne. These environments include Brighton’s Dendy Beach Dune and Kilcunda on the Bass Coast. The lumen prints reference the cyanotype plant specimens of 19th century British artist Anna Atkins as a means to record the collection of introduced species within the photographic medium.

Dianna Wells
Fireweed 2017
Lumen print on fibre based paper
35.5 x 28 cm
Courtesy of the artist 

Artist’s floor talk

Friday 6 April at 12.30pm

Photographer Dianna Wells will provide an engaging talk about her practice and the themes explored in this exhibition.

Gallery hours

Monday to Friday, 10am–5pm.
Weekends, 1pm–5pm.
Closed public holidays.

The Gallery is wheelchair accessible.
There is also accessible parking in the car park.
Public transport: tram route 64, bus route 623


Glen Eira City Council Gallery, Corner Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield 3162  View Map

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