East Wall, Belconnen Arts Centre
Opening: 6pm Friday 1 December 2023
1 December 2023 – 11 February 2024
My work investigates time as it is registered in landscape, through light, growth movement and decay. I am interested in how past incidents have a direct and persistent impact on the present and how past actions and energies are retained and transferred in place. The works in this exhibition respond directly to recurrent flooding events in South East Queensland and in the Northern Rivers region in 2022, expanding upon my focus on the relationship between land and water, and the direct impacts of Climate Change on place. Through built layers and simple notation this work presents an environment in a state of transition.
About Eliza Adam
Eliza Adam is a multidisciplinary artist based in Meanjin (Brisbane). Her practice explores place and time, investigating Landscape as an informal archive.
Adam has worked across Australia, from the coasts of QLD to the desert of remote WA, each of these environments have informed her practice.
Adam holds a Bachelor of Fine Art, a Graduate Certificate in Arts and Community Engagement and a Graduate Diploma in Education. Adam has a 20 year exhibiting history and has recently been included as a Finalist in the Elaine Bermingham Memorial Prize in 2020 and the Redland Art Awards in 2022.