Opening: James Tylor & Glenda Mackay

When: Friday 7 February, 5.30pm - 7.00pm

Where: Cominos Family Mezzanine, MAMA

Price: FREE

Join us as we celebrate the opening of James Tylor's Economics of Water and Glenda Mackay's Detritus.

James Tylor is a Canberra based contemporary artist, writer, designer, curator, historian, researcher, and conservator. Tylor is a multi-disciplinary visual artist whose practice explores Australian environment, culture and social history. In the Economics of Water, Tylor presents a photographic installation featuring images from drought-stricken Menindee lakes region, where he grew up, and the Tallangatta region, near Hume Dam.

Glenda Mackay is a Rutherglen-based emerging mixed media artist. Her first solo exhibition at MAMA, Detritus, was borne from the process of clearing out her parents' home after their death. It is an expression of grief, loss, connection and memory through the collage of found objects.

We'd love to see you there!