On show at the Queen Victoria Art Gallery, Royal Park from 16 May to 25 October
In his first major solo exhibition, Tasmanian interdisciplinary artist Alastair Mooney debuts a series of new works that reflect on the resilience and beauty of Tasmania's endemic birdlife in the face of human consumption and destruction.
Mooney's practice is heavily influenced by his early life in George Town, on the northern coast of Tasmania which fostered a deep connection to the natural environment and native birds. Combined with the innovative use of materials and recognisable local iconography Mooney is able to connect with his audience through humour, beauty, pop culture and natural science.
Image: Self-portrait, courtesy of the artist.