Exhibition name and date: "Water and Earth Are All One Thing" runs until the end of February
Glenn’s art tells this story: "How water and earth all
belong together as one, and if we interfere with one we interfere with the
other and we change everything."
Reverend Glenn Loughery, who is an aboriginal artist, and a
proud Wiradjuri man, son of a Wiradjuri farmer, and past farm worker at Ulan,
north of Mudgee (NSW) where he was grown up, carries over old indigenous
heritage (65000 years old) , ability to identify nature’s indication of change,
love for his native land and concerns about it’s change. Thus he is emphasizing
integration of aboriginal rites and wisdom of water in fire and drought
prevention, which is developed from indigenous rites from thousands of years of
He is also highlighting importance of regenerative agriculture,
to prevent adverse change of nature caused by modernization.
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