As the Anthropocene and climate catastrophe reshape our planet, and the human-made increasingly outweighs the natural, what solutions can be offered?
The Museum of Australian Photography is dedicating its galleries and grounds – plus an additional site in the CBD – to environmental stories, including a new series by Edward Burtynsky documenting Australian resource mining landscapes. Elsewhere, Rosemary Laing, Julie Millowick, Jill Orr, Ruth Höflich and Amos Gebhardt bring new perspectives on how humans impact, and are impacted by, nature.
In With Water, three First Nations women from Australia, Bolivia and Ecuador explore our relationship with the most precious resource on Earth. Noémie Goudal illustrates our burning world in a mesmerising film, and the exhibition Edge of Elsewhere meditates on how societal and environmental ideologies will impact us now and in the future.
Emerging technological developments are changing the way we see the future and approach image-making.
Placing Indigenous thinking front and centre, these self-determined imaginings are key to an Indigenous-led future.
From trans and queer youth in the Amazon to AI-generated drag queens.
As fights for human rights persist across the globe, questions endure: who has the power in society?