A Plant in the Wrong Place

The popular definition of a weed is ‘a plant in the wrong place’. This exhibition questions and complicates our relationship with invasive plants. Viewers are invited to explore the resilience and usefulness of weeds, as well as to consider how we can better care for the environment. Weeds are also used as an analogy to probe ideas of identity and displacement.

Art Exhibition coming up at Counihan Gallery In Brunswick in Brunswick precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Saturday 17 September 2022 to Sunday 30 October 2022

A Plant in the Wrong Place, 2016. image

Published by Counihan Gallery on Thursday 21 April 2022.
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‘A Plant in the Wrong Place’ is a thoughtful exhibition showcasing the work of seven artists whose practices are wide-ranging. The exhibition includes artist books, painting, drawing, textiles, installation, sound and video.

‘A Plant in the Wrong Place’ features work by Anna Dunnill, Jenna Lee (Larrakia, Wardaman and Karajarri), Rebecca Mayo, Lisa Myeong-Joo, Caroline Rothwell, Tai Snaith and Katie West (Yindjibarndi). The exhibition is curated by Anna Dunnill.


Counihan Gallery, 233 Sydney Road (inside Brunswick Town Hall), Brunswick