Lines in the Sand North Stradbroke Island has historicly been concerned with responsive art making committed to local ecology and social change, and articulates a contemporary ecological art that is discursive in nature and communicates environmental imperatives.
The art articulated in these pages document a process of art making as opposed to permanent material objects. These temporary art works have found audience out in nature by way of festival goers. The documentation of these art works have been seen in galleries and the local North Stradbroke Island Museum on Minjerribah also uploaded and updated in new iterations online. A double temporality.