ART PRIZE – $3,000
3 October 2015 - 31 January 2016
Joy Serwylo announced winner of the 2015 Biennale art prize
Karly Michelle Whalley
Kiera Brew Kurec
Selena de Carvalho
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Burrinja is thrilled to annouce Joy Serwylo's mixed media work 'At this point of time, it appears that we have not yet established a plan "B"', winner of the 2015 Burrinja Climate Change Biennale $3000 Acquisitive Award
The inaugural 2015 Burrinja Biennale shortlist exhibition includes 20 artists from across Australia. The exhibition is an immersive and experiential, featuring contributions from small works on paper to large scale projection and performance. Through the exhibition Burrinja invites direct and online audience responses through ongoing interactive social media and on site art-making activities.
The first Australian Biennale of its kind, the Burrinja Climate Change Biennale strives to provoke and track critical discussion and cultural conversation around climate change.
By revisiting the theme via an acquisitive award exhibition every two years, Burrinja is looking forward to building a valuable historic archive of artists’ reflecting changing cultural responses to climate change.
Joy Serwylo, 'At this point of time, it appears that we have not yet established a plan "B"', mixed media, 2015