Dr Jonathan Kemp, Martin Howse, Matt Daniels and Dr Maria Kunda - Avoca Tin Mine, Field work Tasmania.
Earth Code | Core Litany
Core Litany (ritual and artworks)
To be sure, it is easy to assume that in the domain of the illogical, the fantastic, the subconscious and oneiric, variety is inexhaustible, and that every new and slightly different juxtaposition of unrelated elements constitutes a new departure. Oneiric from the Greek word óneiros meaning "dream" and the suffix -ic, which forms adjectives from loanwords from Greek and Latin, as in metallic and poetic.
At night they watched the fireworks--fountains, spark-foaming rockets, yellow starbursts high over *land. That oneiric season.

- Thomas Pynchon, Gravity's Rainbow (1973)

Curated by Nancy Mauro-Flude, presented by Miss Desponias Critical Engineering Salon,
'Earth Code | Core Litany' was assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts, and the University of Tasmania's Tasmanian College of the Arts (TCotA) and Creative Exchange Institute (CxI) and in association.
A satelite event of the Earth Energies event at UNSW and Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney.