Debbie Symons and Jasmine Targett: The Catchments Project

In The Catchments Project artists Debbie Symons and Jasmine Targett have researched how humanity manages or mismanages its nature-based assets surrounding water. Their understanding is that these actions will in part define our collective future in the 21st century.

Art Exhibition previously on in Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 01 May 2015 to Sunday 17 May 2015
Launch Thursday 30 April 2015, 6pm - 8pm

The Catchments Project Installation  image The Water Harvest image Detail: Making Water Visible  image

Published by Jasmine Targett on Monday 20 April 2015.
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The works presented in the exhibition address the challenge and complexity of The City of Melbourne’s climate change adaptation studies, surrounding reduced rainfall and drought. Their works Making Water Visible and The Water Harvest demonstrate how natural resources and man made catchments can work together to conserve our water within one “super-ecological” system.

This work was developed during the artists’ residency at the Creative Spaces: Carlton Connect Studio LAB-14. Creative Spaces is a program of the City of Melbourne’s Arts and Culture branch.


Creative Spaces: Carlton Connect Studio at LAB-14.
700 Swanston Street, Carlton