New Exhibitions

Murray and Burgess are excited to be selected for:

Sculpture at Sawmillers at McMahons Point, 8-17 October 2021 with their work MISE-EN-ABYME (YELLOW). Meaning to mirror or repeat, this work is of a mini forest of dead trees which echoes the more frequent occurrences of natural disasters due to climate change.

Contour556, the Canberra Biennial in October 2022. Their work FALLEN FOREST highlights the plight of endangered woodland birds, particularly the Regent Honeyeater, whose near extinction is being caused by the catastrophic reduction of its habitat by land clearing.


They also are excited to have been selected for the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Expose Program, which gives exhibition opportunities to emerging and mid-career local artists. At the end of 2022 they will exhibit CALL AND RESPONSE: A SEARCH FOR BIRDSONG IN THE FALLEN FOREST, a development of the Contour556 work. For this they are exploring new professional terrain: forming links with conservation groups and applying for a grant to collaborate with a local composer and musicians.