Green Roofs, Green Walls and Urban Farms are sprouting, changing the world around us.
The GrowingMap project is an open platform, which allows users to add location-based information of green roofs, green walls and urban farms.
Posted 2nd May 2013
Large Last Rivers Song Mural photographs donated to Central Stories Museum at Alexandra.
Lloyd is excited that the 23 large photographs that make up the the 5 composite murals will find a new home close to the River they portray. Thanks to Bill Dacker & Barrie Wills for help in negotiating this.
On a recent trip to Dunedin NZ , Samuel Mann asked me for an interview for Sustainable Lens Radio show the only time I could manage was 7 am.
Samuel Mann interviews Lloyd Godman on his recent air plant work -
Catch it live - Otago Access Radio (Dec 27, Thursday NZ 7-8pm 105.4FM/1575AM in Dunedin).
Posted 13 Sept 2012
Lloyd's works features in an article in the latest issue issue - Disatater and Fortitude - of Artlink, written by Helen Mc Dondald. The article will centre on the Last Rivers Song,Entropy and new plant works.
New Zealand-born ecological artist, Lloyd Godman, who now lives in Australia, has in his own determined way for over thirty years, pondered and acted upon questions of how aesthetics might be involved in creating sustainable solutions to environmental problems. Historian Helen McDonald uses eco-critic Timothy Morton's notion of ambient aesthetics to examine three of Godman's multimedia projects.
Atmocycle I Installed at Yering Station for the 2012 Yering Station Sculpture Award -
28 Oct - 2 Dec 2012
Opening 2pm 28 Oct 2012
Posted 13 Spet 2012
Atmocyle, rotating air garden selected for the Yering Station Sculpture Award 2012 - this will be installed from mid Oct 2012
Posted - March 1- 2011 - Stay tuned - More news to Come!
Lloyd Has been invited to be part of
"SHADOW-LANDS": THE SUFFERING IMAGE
Gavin Keeney / Agence 'X'
Deakin University / Geelong
School of Architecture and Building
Faculty of Science and Technology
Mobile (61) 423 338 544
April 18-May 18, 2012
Dennys Lascelles Exhibition Gallery
Alfred Deakin Ministerial Library