“Coal Lounge (2024)” at The 10-Years-On: Community Day

Why the writer of The Vagina Monologues now has climate change in her sights

Dr Lara Stevens introduces my art practice 33 mins into the interview: She explains the context of my performances with coal in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley, which spurred timely conversations with residents whose lives and livelihoods were intertwined with the coal mines and coal-fired power stations in their community.

Australalian artists respond to climate emergency and the fossil fuel legacy of their parents with art activism

Melbourne artist turns Gippsland coal into art

CoaLounge – Pop up Gallery

Thirty Million Carbon Stories, Stacked to Slender Crest(on the exhibition COAL by Hartmut Veit)

Hazelwood coal dust art exhibition opens


Gottfried, a handcarved canoe, is on exhibition at Moonee Ponds’ Incinerator Gallery