Just before I go to bed after a evening of rigorous number-crunching and a day of trying to show a Japanese exchange student with little English how to bind a book...
Here's some shots from The Moth and Butterfly Symposium:
A huge texta drawing! Gorgeously eye-hurtingly colourful when you stand in front of it.
Fastiduously cut-out paper insects, arranged over a lot of wall.
Very beautiful paper objects. I thought they were constructed from prints of feather close-ups, but they are prints of magnified bits of moths then constructed into shapes.
A very hard work to photograph, but very nice to be next to. Fairy-winged thing at door of birdcage is sending weird stamen down towards miniature dog and fake grassy knoll at bottom of ladder. Dreamlike.
VERY weird alien object which was like a meaty cocoon with a fang at the end hanging from a tree limb. It glistened and seemed to throb (without moving) and it freaked Dean out, but not so much that he wouldn't pose his hand with it.
One angle of the gallery
Steev being a mad moth scientist, and he didn't even need to act :)
Mad moth scientist being paranoid about insects and handing out moth balls in little scrotular bags.
Worshipping at the shrine of the Bogong moth.
The strange cast of a strange moth Happening. I think the dude on the left is a Bogan moth.