Petition Demands

List of Photographer’s Demands When photographers submitted images they were asked to provide and few words about what they would like see change in the Australian Federal Government’s stance on climate change. I have collated the list here below, in no particular order. Nadia Stone The way we build house, ( I am fervent of… Continue reading Petition Demands

The Petition!

The #everydayclimatecrisis Visual Petition will be printed onto normal A4 paper, like an ordinary petition. It will be heavy as it equates to 2 seems of paper as one image will be printed per page. Two reems of paper is actually hard to pick up because of its size and weight. The paper moves when lifted. It will smell of woodpulp… Continue reading The Petition!

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We made the news!

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-02-19/climate-change-photo-petition-parliament-/100841864 https://www.abc.net.au/radio/canberra/programs/afternoons/women-see-change-photo-access/13755742

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Barbara Baikie

Images by Barbara Baikie from the @womensclimatecongress Early morning magic  – taken on the corner of Oakey creek road and Rochford road where I walk most mornings  Moonset was taken from our house at Wallaroo Another early morning photo on Oakey creek road – the beauty of the mist and the contrast and starkness of the dead tree represents… Continue reading Barbara Baikie

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Victoria Cooper

Image: Victoria Cooper @wotwesaw This Earth is shared The land, the rivers, the sea, the air  Is alive … Forces and forms beyond perception And conception S-o-ur intervention Be guided by prudent prevention To achieve redemption I captured this image of an uncanny cloud-formed map hovering over the endless horizon of fire-altered land.  Raspberry Lookout,… Continue reading Victoria Cooper

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Miranda Lawry

Miranda’s practice investigates the notion of trace within the landscape, evidencing both historical marking and contemporary presence to redefine notions of identity, memory and ‘place’.  These images in the ‘Aftermath’ series are charged with a vision of depletion and attenuation. Imprints that echo the current climate catastrophe.   Miranda Lawry is an artist and arts health… Continue reading Miranda Lawry

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Elisa Bond

Image: @elisa_Bond_photo Title: In the big smoke Artist statement: This was taken as the devastating bushfires burnt out of control across the country. Even in the inner city of Sydney there was no denying how bad it was as we gasped for air. A silent protestor stands vigil to all those passing by at Newtown… Continue reading Elisa Bond

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Madeleine Smith

Hi my name is Madeleine Smith, I’m not a photographer but saw Hilary’s presentation during the National Climate Congress for Women. @womensclimatecongress This photo was taken in November 2019 after the fires had gone through the rainforest on one of our friend’s properties in The Channon, Northern NSW and my partner and I were putting out… Continue reading Madeleine Smith

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Brydie Piaf

@brydiepiaf Image Title: Family Holiday As a community we are encouraged to travel again, book holidays, spend money; resume life as it once was (this time with additional PPE gear). As global resources are continually stripped, temperatures increase, sea levels rise, salinity affects our arable land and isolation is highlighted through pandemic living. Is it… Continue reading Brydie Piaf

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