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Kirstin Berg creates immersive environments by combining and manipulating unconventional materials such as fire ash, bush debris and hard rubbish into sculptures and wall works. Her work revolves around her concern for environmental and human crisis and the redemption found in transforming our losses.

In this episode we discuss the value of structure and protecting your studio time to help your productivity.  Plus the importance of support networks, self criticism, self care and setting your own pace.

 

/ Kirstin’s TWS portrait and interview is on our website at https://thiswildsong.com.au/kirstin-berg/

/ You can see Kirstin’s work on her website at https://www.kirstinberg.com/

Kirstin’s exhibition The Dreamers is currently showing at Counihan Gallery in Brunswick, Melbourne until August 19th.

Music: Rapture by Myfawny Hunter www.myfanwyhunter.com

Editing: Alana Helbig www.alanahelbig.com

To support TWS and continue the conversation go to www.patreon.com/thiswildsong

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