REPLANT: a New Generation of Botanical Art

Replant is a ground breaking exhibition which straddles boundaries between science and art.

The exhibition reinvestigates botanical drawings through its six diverse and renowned Australian artists: Fiona Hall (SA), Judy Watson (QLD), Winsome Jobling (NT), Deborah Wurrkidj (NT), Marita Sambono (NT), Irene Mungatopi (NT) and photographer Peter Eve from the Northern Territory.

Working with the Northern Territory Herbarium, artists explored the scientific, cultural and social aspects of Indigenous plant species with traditional knowledge custodians from the Daly River region. Images were then developed as twenty-six limited edition etchings.

Black Plum, Deborah Wurrkidj, 2006

Black Plum, Deborah Wurrkidj, 2006

The following materials are available for download in pdf format:

Replant location map
Replant Education Notes – Lower PrimaryReplant Education Notes – Upper Primary/Lower Secondary
Replant Education Notes – Upper Secondary
Replant Project Notes

Supported by Nomad Art Productions, NT Government, the Australia Council, Wildlife in the Northern Territory and Artback NT.

This exhibition is supported by Visions of Australia, an Australian Government program supporting touring exhibitions by providing funding assistance for the development and touring of Australian cultural material across Australia.

Artback NT: Arts Development and Touring

Nomad Art

Northern Territory Government