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 researcher whose extensive career has included

over 25 years as a Fine Art academic at The University of Newcastle. Miranda is currently an adjunct academic in Arts/Health at The University of Newcastle.

Media investigations include early photography technologies, digital imaging interventions, artist books and installation.

Miranda has exhibited her photomedia practice in the Hunter, and across NSW in regional

galleries. Her commissioned works have been funded by Hunter New England Health, The

Newcastle Museum and The University of Newcastle. 

Miranda’s work has also been exhibited internationally in exhibitions in Japan, New York and Poland.

Climate Change policies

As a parent, grandparent, educator and world citizen I want our Neo Liberal western politic to be overturned.

The politics of consumerism, growth and profit are destroying our fragile planet. Science and education are our way to a new future and the arts have always and will always offer new vision and possible futures and well as helping to wake peoples senses.


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By Hilary Wardhaugh

Hilary Wardhaugh is a professional portrait photographer based near Canberra ACT. Her work involves portraits, headshots, event photography, editorial, PR and branding photography. She is a career professional and a specialist in her field

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