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Annelies Jahn and Jane Burton Taylor are concerned with the layered history of place. In this collaboration the artists investigate our human sensitivity to nature. At Q Station they are particularly interested in North Head’s Endangered Eastern Suburbs Banksia Shrub. (Pre-1780 it covered the Sydney Basin but only 3 percent survives.)


Artworks will be made in direct response to the site, using elements from the location or inspired by it. Care of country, by ‘repurposing’ invasive weeds into artworks. They use drawing, photography, film and sound to create 2D works, projections and immersive installations. Jane Burton Taylor and Annelies Jahn both hold Master of Fine Art degrees and have artworks in National and international collections. They work individually as well as collaboratively. 

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