heathkillen Sewing Seed 1mon

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heathkillen An archive of past lives and a junction for possible futures. Open for business ️ heathkillen.com 4mon

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heathkillen For the past few months, I have been working with @stuartbuchanan, @chloe_killen, and Robyn Buchanan on the design and strategy of @mtnsmade — a cultural identity for the creative industries of the Blue Mountains. The project officially launches next week, and this is a preview of a newspaper we made which profiles some of the best local talent, including @candleofvision, @caitlin_she, @eloisemaree, @migraneuse, @brokenchip, @jennykeeoz, @willowandco, and more. It has been a pleasure to work with such good, honest, passionate people, and to be part of an exciting new era for the region. 6mon

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heathkillen Pottery by my Dad, circa 1970something. 6mon

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heathkillen Little fireworks in the scrub. 6mon

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heathkillen On the rocky beaches of Te Henga, Hannah Lawless of @meyerandyolk goes in search of New Zealand's native green-lipped mussels for The Territories' first food series, Elements. Take in the unique coastal landscape and learn to make a simple but delicious meal with ingredients foraged straight from the Tasman Sea — theterritories.com.au/elements-rock/ 7mon

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heathkillen Elements is a new food series by Hannah Lawless of @meyerandyolk which explores the coastline of New Zealand. More than just a collection of (delicious) recipes, it's a poetic meditation on this unique landscape, which begins with a foraging hunt for green-lipped mussels on the rocky beaches of Te Henga. Take a look — theterritories.com.au/elements-rock/ 7mon

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heathkillen 20,000 Skulls is a new, open source, collaborative public art project initiated by @fredfowler. The aim of this project is to memorialise those killed in Australia's Frontier Wars through the creation of 20,000 symbolic skulls in public places around the country. Find out more about the project, and how to contribute here: theterritories.com.au/20000-skulls/ 7mon

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heathkillen Locals is a new, ongoing project by @laurenbamford that examines the character of different cities and towns through improvised still life portraits. Each 'Local' features a handpicked bouquet of seasonal flora, in a can of the most popular regional beer from the place she is visiting. Take a look at the full series of Australian Locals to date at theterritories.com.au/locals 7mon

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heathkillen I recently interviewed artist @fredfowler and our conversation covered many of the serious and urgent issues unfolding in the environment — from the battle between native and invasive species to our rapidly disappearing Aboriginal rock art. Enlightening stuff. Take a look on theterritories.com.au 7mon

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heathkillen Sex, Lies, and Pollination. Ecologist & photographer Michael Whitehead takes a look at some of Australia's remarkable sexual swindlers - our native bird orchids. This story is ready to read on theterritories.com.au 7mon

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heathkillen Still life with pelican skull. At home with @ahappylion and @sarah_coffee. (Great seeing you two on Saturday). 7mon

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heathkillen I recently sat down with photographic artist @kurt_sorensen76 for a chat about his work - which invokes 19th century tales of disappearance and supernatural horror in the landscape. If you enjoy a bit of Australian gothic storytelling, you won't want to miss this. Up now on theterritories.com.au 7mon

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heathkillen It is estimated that over 10,000 Aboriginal rock engravings existed around Sydney in 1788. Today there are fewer than 2,000. Photographer Peter Solness uses his light painting technique to bring these engravings to life, and highlight this precious and endangered part of our national heritage. See and read more about this series at theterritories.com.au 7mon

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heathkillen Take a look at Mimmo Cozzolino's collection of cricket balls, destroyed and transformed by Victorian grassfires — theterritories.com.au 7mon
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  •   alvin_mci Earth bound...a bit of a pun :) 7mon

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heathkillen An afternoon with Jenny Kee in her garden. What a privilege. 7mon

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heathkillen Tracing the lineage of Australia's Big Things on The Territories: from ancient megafauna, to '70s roadside attractions, to Patricia Piccinini's Skywhale — theterritories.com.au 8mon

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heathkillen Crow with Salt. Marian Drew transforms roadkill into still life art. She brings these animals into the domestic space, giving them a reverence that she hopes will challenge and change our relationships with native fauna. More from this series up now on theterritories.com.au 8mon

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heathkillen This happy fellow is a Little Forest Bat (Vespadelus Vulturnus) and he's featured in the latest edition of Backyard Survey by @ahappylion. This one is all about Bats. Native bats, microbats, echolocation, and exactly how important this misunderstood creature is to our ecology. Take a look on theterritories.com.au 8mon

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heathkillen This is a Googie Hut, a tough little portable dwelling used for scientific expeditions, particularly around Antarctica. It was created as part of a space age dream that began with the Futuro, a prefab home with a similar flying saucer style design. Today on The Territories were taking a look at the history of Futuros and Googies in the Southern Hemisphere — theterritories.com.au 8mon

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