Camouflage Species 2022

 

Camouflage is a site specific installation that highlights the geographical and historical relationships between the Simpson Army Barracks, the Watsonia Library, the local community, the natural environment and indigenous plant species.

Camouflage has been used to symbolically obscure local plant species loss due to such things as global warming, human disturbance - such as land development and the North East Link road project.

An installation of four Camouflage murals can be viewed on approach to the Watsonia Train Station. Another group of paintings are located in the Watsonia Library’s Japanese Garden and another (further group of six) can be found decorating a cyclone fence under Greensborough Walk, near the Banyule Council Offices.

A further two Camouflage paintings have been installed in the Ivanhoe Library and Cultural Hub Atrium foyer and another is displayed in a Banyule Open Studios group exhibition at The Loft 275 Gallery @ ILCH.

The Camouflage project is supported by a Banyule Council Art in Public Spaces grant and the YPRL, Watsonia Library Branch.

Felicity_Gordon_Camouflage Species, 2022 installation
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Felicity_Gordon_Camouflage 2022(3)a
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Felicity_Gordon_Camouflage 2022
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Felicity_Gordon_Camouflage 2022
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Felicity_Gordon_Camouflage Guerilla Installation 2022
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Felicity_Gordon_Guerilla Art_Camouflage 2022 under Greensborough Way
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Felicity_Gordon_Camouflage at ILCH 2022
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Felicity_Gordon_canouflage Watsonia Library 2022
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Felicity_Gordon_Camouflage, installation
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