Rosemary Laing’s complete weather series (2006–2007), including a group of the artist’s working drawings, has been gathered together for the first time in Australia.

Additionally, the weather series has been brought into conversation with a number of related works, including Laing’s Natural Disasters series (1988), and works from swanfires (2002/2004), remembering Babylon, a collaboration with Stephen Birch (2003), one dozen unnatural disasters in the Australian landscape (2003), to walk on a sea of salt (2004) and a dozen useless actions for grieving blondes (2009).

Foreword by Nick Mitzevich
Essay by exhibition curator Michele Helmrich
64 pages, medium-size format, full colour, soft cover
ISBN: 9781864999631 (pbk.)
Published by The University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane 2009
R.R.P. $15.00 including gst


View the exhibition prostrate your horses: weather and then some – Rosemary Laing at The University of Queensland Art Museum here

Rosemary Laing
weather #10 2006
Type C photograph
Edition of eight
Courtesy of the artist and Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne