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Once Upon a Forest – The Eloquence of Trees


Thu 6 Feb 2020, 9:00am–5:00pm
Fri 13 Mar 2020, 9:00am–5:00pm

Where: Banana Shire Regional Art Gallery, Valentines Plains Road, Biloela, Central Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Once Upon a Forest: The Eloquence of Trees by Veronika Zeil explores the fascinating ability of trees to communicate and interact on levels we are only just beginning to understand.

Who said trees cannot talk, feel, share and act collectively? We may not hear or see evidence of their communal activities as we hike through forests. However, science allows us to gain more and more insight into processes which fairy tales and myths have taught us all along—forests have magic! The artworks evolve around stories and science discoveries about trees as feeling and communicating beings. The forest ecosystem is linked in many intriguing ways, through fungi, sound, electromagnetic waves, scent and chemical signals. Trees will warn, nurture, support and protect one another, learn from past mistakes and collaborate with relatives and across species.

In our world people are habitually seen as sovereign over plants and animals. Once Upon a Forest will pursue a deeper relationship with nature and poses questions about the limits of human knowledge and imagination.

Official Opening - 15th February 2020 from 10am to 12pm
A Morning In the Garden
Art Gallery Open Morning Tea (for donation) Live Music by Saxophonic Plant Market Stalls Plant Swap
Official Exhibition Opening with Madeline Brewer
Artist Talk with Veronika Zeil