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That garden is due for completion in 2018, with Tredinnick’s poems inserted into the landscape. Ghost Episode 1, I want to share one of my favourite poems with you.
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hanging out with you! I felt. But the decision to participate in the residency didn’t come as naturally to Tredinnick (despite both his father and grandfather being gardeners). Salt water crocodiles
This collaboration between Tredinnick and TCL has been an act of landscape cultivation. But, lookout for shark and stinging fish
From Tim Winton to Georgia Blain, the island continent has made for great reading – and a recent poetry collection from the award-winning poet Mark Tredinnick continues in this fine tradition. They're looking for snacks
Considered by many to be one of America’s most talented contemporary poets, Glück is known for her poetry’s technical precision, sensitivity,... You’re stepping on your father, my mother said, and indeed I was standing exactly in the center, of a bed of grass, mown so neatly it could have been. In Australia, this attitude underwrote the country’s settlement by Europeans from its conception, with the fallacy of Indeed, the gulf between indigenous and non-indigenous landscapes is sometimes glaringly obvious – in Melbourne, for example, the city’s traditionally European tree canopy has buckled under the “We are still learning to see our own land and to forgive it for not being England” – George Seddon“The process forced me to re-examine my ideas and I found them wanting,” says Tredinnick. National Bank Earnings Report, nor do the cassowary who pass you by,
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“The garden itself has a new kind of aspirational statement imbued in it,” says Tredinnick. You find it all about you
Louise Glück was born in New York City in 1943 and grew up on Long Island.
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It crossed my mind, to what now seemed a cemetery, though it could have been. The psychological effects of this history span generations, as noted by Australian writer, George Seddon, who has been an important influence on both Cullity and Tredinnick: “They (the English) have not in general been sensitive to new cultures and the indigenous environment … They are our ancestors and we owe much to their energy, but it has sometimes been blind, and we are still learning to see our own land and to forgive it for not being England” – Swan River Landscapes (1970). rain forests, islands and dunes,
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“In responding to a brief about gardens, I still wanted to avoid imposing my judgements about them. Land of plenty or land of want, where the grey Companions dance, Feast or famine, or hope or fear, and in all things land of chance, Where Nature pampers or Nature slays, in her ruthless, red, romance. I love her far horizons, Kosciusko. Moreover, the poem contrasts the landscapes of England and Australia concluding that the remoteness and vastness of Australia’s landscape makes its more beautiful and incomparable to England’s landscape.