Nicholas Mangan, Termite Economies (Phase One), PICA, Perth, 27 July – 6 October, 2019
Nicholas Mangan at PICA
Termite Economies is an ongoing project centred on the CSIRO’s relatively recent proposition to exploit the natural behaviour of termites to facilitate resource extraction. Ruminating on the notion of capitalism putting nature to work, Mangan has built an allegorical framework in which termites embody the dynamics of human social and economic activity.
Termite Economies (Phase One)
27 July – 6 October, 2019
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