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Floating Land is a five-week arts festival of exhibitions, events and workshops in nature about nature, the highlight of which are the sculptures created in outdoor natural settings. Its aim is to leave no mark on the environment but only to make an impression on the people who visit.
Noosa Council is proud to present Floating Land 2017: Lost & Found. It will be programmed over a five-week period from 8th September – 15th October 2017.
Council has commissioned fourteen artists to create sculptural artworks as the highlight of Floating Land 2017. The artworks will be installed outdoors from the Tewantin foreshore along Noosaville esplanade and through to Noosa Woods and available for viewing from 23rd Sept - 02nd Oct.
Lost & Found
We are living in virtual times where our connection with the environment is increasingly through a digital realm. Floating Land: Lost & Found invites the audience to reconnect with the authenticity of nature through art. It will ask us to consider that loss is an inherent aspect of both the environment and the human experience, and through the process of loss we value what remains and become open to finding new futures.
Floating Land Symposium
Reading Clouds_Floating Middens,Michael Tuffery and James Muller.Image: Raoul Slater
Floating Land 2013. Image: Noosa Gallery Staff