Laura Burns: Interrupted by a river #30

The blindfold was removed. She did not know where she was. All she could see was the river.

What began as an artistic experiment regarding relationship to space, turned into a seven year long (and counting) ceremony of Dreamtime visions and giving voice to that which has been lost.

Join us in this fascinating conversation with interdisciplinary artist Laura Burns where we speak about the importance of tending to invisible presences and entering into dialogue with the consciousness of the land, how edgeland practitioners often find refuge in the arts, and the way our culture has dammed up the flow of life.

Laura Burns’ website


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