Susan Ballard: There is a story, too

Telling the stories of human relationships with nature at the end of the Holocene is one way to ruin a dinner party. In this evening talk, Su Ballard will tell us four short stories. Each story is a tale of humans and nature, all draw on her upcoming book Art and Nature in the Anthropocene: Planetary Aesthetics (Routledge, 2021).

Su Ballard is Associate Professor of Art History at Victoria University of Wellington Te  Herenga Waka. This talk is presented as a public programme for the exhibition On the Last Afternoon: Disrupted Ecologies and the Work of Joyce Campbell. 

Seats are free – but to secure your seat, bookings are available soon eventfinda.co.nz or book with Te Uru: (09) 817 8087 | info@teuru.org.nz

Image: Joyce Campbell, Castor (detail) from Crown Coach Botanical, 2008, gelatin silver fibre-based print (from ambrotypes), 850 x 640mm

Wednesday 28 October, 7pm | Bar open from 6.30pm
Lopdell Theatre, 418 Titirangi Road

Share