Earth Matters: Contemporary Photographers in the Landscape

LW_NORTH_2777_550pxLes Walkling, Earth Matters 2015, Pigment Inkjet Print 1512 x 1499mm

Earth matters: contemporary photographers in the landscape is an exhibition developed by the Monash Gallery of Art – The Home of Australian Photography that highlights the immersive and experimental ways that many contemporary photographers engage with the landscape.

Earth matters features a new installation by Ninety Degrees Five ((ND5), a collective of five Australian artists established in 2010, featuring Peter Eastway, Christian Fletcher, Michael Fletcher, Tony Hewitt & Les Walkling, alongside the work of other contemporary landscape photographers including Anne Ferran, Silvi Glattauer, Siri Hayes, Harry Nankin, David Tatnall and Christian Thompson.

The exhibition runs from 6 March to 3 May 2015.

DOWNLOAD:  ND5 Investigations 2010-13 - a collection of ND5 writings from the various bodies of work represented in this exhibition.

DOWNLOAD: ND5 Exhibition Design and Layout - the exhibition layout at 1:40 scale including prints, wall labels and texts.

The exhibition is also part of ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2015, a Melbourne-wide Festival of art exhibitions, forums and talks running from 11 April–17 May 2015 that seek to harness the creative power of the Arts to inform, engage and inspire action on climate change. For more information: