Close Up Of Panel 6 The Forth River
Sculpture - Glass, Rainforest Remnants, Newspaper
The panel has waves moving fast with square newspaper clippings and native grass remnants. We are loosing our native grasses, the top soil, the organisms that are normally there for our native forests and grasslands.
The Wilmot River runs into the Forth River with the lost biodiversity in the slipstream. Channelling with it is the relevant articles indicating in the local news of the dangers that is forth coming to the environment. The Tasmanian Tiger has been eliminated with guns last century, now the Tasmanian Devil is diseased with the effects of the forest clearing and poisons everywhere, but the scientists� can�t decide if it is a natural phenomena or bad luck! All the losses are due to human intervention. When have we ever done anything right purely for the survival of the natural world? We need to learn about our own environment and how it is best left for all the other species left on the planet. After all old news is worthless. The prise is a pristine environment, surely? Now our water is at risk and even the rain is changing.
September 25th, 2008
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