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OCCUPIED LANDSCAPES: EVIDENCE OF DRONES


This gallery shows some of the paintings for forthcoming exhibition: 

OCCUPIED LANDSCAPES: EVIDENCE OF DRONES

Tuesday 27 August - Saturday 14 September, 2019.

POP Gallery,  381 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Australia.

Open daily 10 am - 4 pm, or by appointment.

Occupied Landscapes: Evidence of Drones is an exhibition that poses questions about how landscape is mediated in the age of the drone, the era of persistent surveillance and the epoch of increasingly autonomous systems. Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox pays particular attention to making visible the invisible signals that operatively enable militarised technologies and militarise-able technologies. She ‘sees’ nets of signals as forces that occupy landscape.

Kathryn’s paintings are informed by long-term interests in landscape, age-old symbols and existential risk posed by emerging technologies. Her paintings are also informed by recent academic research into accelerating developments in militarised technology, particularly airborne drone systems. 

More details are avialable on BLOG https://kathrynbrimblecombeart.blogspot.com/2019/07/occupied-landscapes-evidence-of-drones.html

Please read Federica Caso's essay to accompany the exhibition HERE

Please read Federica Caso's earlier essay Visualising the Drone: War Art as Embodied Resistance published on E-International Relations, May 2018.

Interview about Kathryn's paintings and research with lead researcher, Dr. Beryl Pong, Aesthetics of Drone Warfare project University of Sheffield, UK, is avialable HERE
 

 

Drone: Enduring Presence (Meta Landing)
Sensored
Drone Spiral 2
Anomaly Detection
Operational Landscape
Target
Lethal Landscape
New Sky
Ubiquitous Surveillance
Human Machine Human
Cloud Eyes
Sky - Drone - Net
Drone Ghost
Manhunting
Anthropocene
Code Empire
Space Net
Forever Watched
HUMAN
Beware, Whispers The Wind
Mission Capable Landscape