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HSB featured in Artlink Issue 44:1 Eco-Critical

"The late Helen Lyons was a local Hahndorf artist, and her connection with The Cedars landscape inspired her idea o



f holding an exhibition of installation-based artworks... This inaugural exhibition, 'A Homage to Nature' was the first of many, now known collectively as the Heysen Sculpture Biennial, a series which can be considered a visceral response to the environmental art movement that emerged globally in the 1960s."


John A Hayward surveys the ecological origins of the Heysen Sculpture Biennial and how different artists over the years have formed a connection with the landscape to create their works.


Read 'Eco-Art in the Adelaide Hills: The Heysen Sculpture Biennial' in Artlink Issue 44:1 Eco-Critical.



Image: David Kerr, Shady Pool Levee, 2008 candlebark gum bark Photo: L. Davis.

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