Marjetica Potrč

Born in 1953 in Ljubjana, Slovenia
Lives in Ljubjana, Slovenia


Ray Woods

Born in 1967 in Hay, Wiradjuri Country, South West NSW
Lives in Hay, Wiradjuri Country, South West NSW

Marjetica Potrč is an artist and architect based in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Potrč’s practice includes drawing series, architectural case studies and public art projects. Her on-site projects are characterised by participatory design and a concern with sustainable solutions. These projects often centre around infrastructure and resources such as water and soil. Her work emphasises individual and community empowerment, problem-solving tools, and strategies for the future that transcend neoliberal agreement and testify to the failures of Modernism.

Uncle Ray Woods is a Wiradjuri man dedicated to caring for country, primarily the land and waters along the Murrumbidgee and Galari (Lachlan) Rivers around Hay. Woods’ practice is as a collaborative film maker working with Bernard Sullivan and others to create videos that share understanding about country and his concerns for it. Previous collaborative projects include the film “Yindyamarra Yambuwan” and exhibitions at Wagga Art Gallery, Burambabirra Yindyamarra: Sharing Respect (2016) and Ngiyanggarang: Beginning a conversation in the morning to awaken others (2018).