Our spectacular Eden Unearthed exhibition returns for its fourth year featuring over 40 stunning installations set amongst the breathtaking gardens at Eden. Each work captures an exceptional and ephemeral environmental element, often using recycled materials and plant products.
Eden Unearthed is the largest privately-funded exhibition of its kind in Australia. The fabulous outdoor display garden features floating, suspended, sculptural and sound installations.
There will be thirty five installations, all capturing something exceptional and ephemeral about our environment, focusing on recycled materials and plant products.
The works focus on environmental issues such as recycling, drought and climate change, and many utilise recycled materials and plant products. The largest privately funded exhibition of its kind in Australia
Congratulations to everyone for their contributions to Eden Unearthed: art in the gardens. Of particular note, judges Trevor Weekes, Allan Giddy and Rae Bolotin decided to award the following:
inaugural $10,000 non-acquisitive award
Eden Gardens Prize
Went to Jan Cleveringa for 'The Corporate Snake'Highly commended was Marta Ferracin for 'Forget me not'.
$500 of cash and art materials sponsored by Eden Gardens and The Arts Scene
The Student Award
Went to Jack Poppert for 'Eden: slipped, tripped, stumbled' Highly Commended was Natasha Abram for 'CAUTION: Subject to Drought' shown here.
$300 sponsored by Royal Rehab
The Accessibility Award
Went to Alison Thompson for her work 'The Magic of the Garden'. Eden Gardens has an assessable pathway into the gardens. This prize is awarded to an artwork the experience of which increases enjoyment for people of all abilities.