An Artist’s Guide to Herbs: Kelp and Exile  by  Harmony Holiday   The ocean’s iron lungs.  Part of the  Spectacular Herbs  series.
       
     
  Indigeneous use of Seaweed     Tasmanian Indigenous Kelp Art   Oyster Cove    Nanette Shaw   https://www.examiner.com.au/story/5509758/aboriginal-women-headline-gallery-on-display-in-launceston/     Eva Richardson   http://static.tmag.tas.gov.au/tayenebe/makers/EvaRichardson/index.html  Gwen Egg   http://www.tas-aboriginal-elders.org.au/basket-making    Hauntology on Country  - Jess Cockerill
       
     
 Inuit Woman Gathering Kelp  Inuit Perceptions of Marine Organisms   https://bioone.org/journals/Journal-of-Ethnobiology/volume-38/issue-3/0278-0771-38.3.333/Inuit-Perception-of-Marine-Organisms--From-Folk-Classification-to/10.2993/0278-0771-38.3.333.full     Greenland Kelp Harvesting   https://www.newsdeeply.com/arctic/articles/2016/04/13/let-them-eat-kelp-spinning-gold-from-seaweed
       
     
 seaweed materiality   Jonas Edvard
       
     
 Terrior by Jonas Edvard  The project contains a new material developed from seaweed and paper and is created as a research into local materials. By combining seaweed and recycled paper waste Jonas Edvard and Nikolaj Steenfatt has created a tough and durable material. It is best described as a warm and tactile surface with the softness of cork and the lightness of paper which can be used for products and furniture. The colour of the material is determined by the different species of seaweed – ranging from dark brown to light green. The seaweed is harvested along the beach of Denmark, which stretches over 8000 km and is one of the worlds longest coastlines compared to the land mass area. After being dried the seaweed is ground into powder and cooked into glue, utilizing the viscous and adhesive effect of the Alginate – the natural polymer of the brown algae.
       
     
 Kelps in Design    Guardian Article  - Atmosphere of Hope Tim Flannery
       
     
 Anna Atkins,  Cyanotypes of British Alagae    Sun Gardens
       
     
  Japanese Kelp Harvesting photographs;
       
     
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irish kelp harvest.jpg
       
     
Kilcullins_Seaweed_Baths.jpg
       
     
 I Get By with a little Kelp from My Friends  Seaweed Farming   Matters Journal
       
     
 The Conversation  Seaweed Farming/ Tim Flannery    ABC radio interview with Tim Flannery    Tim Flannery Talk   ABC Catalyst  Can Seaweed Save the World   Tim Flannery at  The Wheeler Centre   Podcast Radi National  Big Ideas
       
     
 http://www.seaweed.ie/australia/   Marine Benthic Flora of Southern Australia  H.B.S. Womersley
       
     
 Bren Smith   Thimble Island Ocean Farm     Greenwave      New Yorker article    National Geographic   BC Kelp Farming  article    PharmaSea
       
     
 Kelp Depreciation  the devastating disappearance of Kelp Forests in the Southern Ocean.   https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/07/australias-other-great-reef-is-also-screwed/490121/   Kelp nearing extinction in Tasmania   https://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-04-19/transplanted-kelp-beds-to-help-reveal-effects-of-climate-change/6403838    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-02-21/tasmanian-kelp-forests-dying-as-water-warms-dive-operator-says/8289300     What we can do about it;  smashing sea urchins   https://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/stories/2695634.htm     and Kelp Farming
       
     
 Commercial Kelp Harvesting Norway   https://academic.oup.com/icesjms/article/73/10/2708/2647119
       
     
 Kelp Harvesting Scotland   Government Report
       
     
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  An Artist’s Guide to Herbs: Kelp and Exile  by  Harmony Holiday   The ocean’s iron lungs.  Part of the  Spectacular Herbs  series.
       
     
  Indigeneous use of Seaweed     Tasmanian Indigenous Kelp Art   Oyster Cove    Nanette Shaw   https://www.examiner.com.au/story/5509758/aboriginal-women-headline-gallery-on-display-in-launceston/     Eva Richardson   http://static.tmag.tas.gov.au/tayenebe/makers/EvaRichardson/index.html  Gwen Egg   http://www.tas-aboriginal-elders.org.au/basket-making    Hauntology on Country  - Jess Cockerill
       
     

Indigeneous use of Seaweed

Tasmanian Indigenous Kelp Art

Oyster Cove

Nanette Shaw

https://www.examiner.com.au/story/5509758/aboriginal-women-headline-gallery-on-display-in-launceston/

Eva Richardson

http://static.tmag.tas.gov.au/tayenebe/makers/EvaRichardson/index.html

Gwen Egg

http://www.tas-aboriginal-elders.org.au/basket-making

Hauntology on Country - Jess Cockerill

 seaweed materiality   Jonas Edvard
       
     

seaweed materiality

Jonas Edvard

 Terrior by Jonas Edvard  The project contains a new material developed from seaweed and paper and is created as a research into local materials. By combining seaweed and recycled paper waste Jonas Edvard and Nikolaj Steenfatt has created a tough and durable material. It is best described as a warm and tactile surface with the softness of cork and the lightness of paper which can be used for products and furniture. The colour of the material is determined by the different species of seaweed – ranging from dark brown to light green. The seaweed is harvested along the beach of Denmark, which stretches over 8000 km and is one of the worlds longest coastlines compared to the land mass area. After being dried the seaweed is ground into powder and cooked into glue, utilizing the viscous and adhesive effect of the Alginate – the natural polymer of the brown algae.
       
     

Terrior by Jonas Edvard

The project contains a new material developed from seaweed and paper and is created as a research into local materials. By combining seaweed and recycled paper waste Jonas Edvard and Nikolaj Steenfatt has created a tough and durable material. It is best described as a warm and tactile surface with the softness of cork and the lightness of paper which can be used for products and furniture. The colour of the material is determined by the different species of seaweed – ranging from dark brown to light green. The seaweed is harvested along the beach of Denmark, which stretches over 8000 km and is one of the worlds longest coastlines compared to the land mass area. After being dried the seaweed is ground into powder and cooked into glue, utilizing the viscous and adhesive effect of the Alginate – the natural polymer of the brown algae.

 Kelps in Design    Guardian Article  - Atmosphere of Hope Tim Flannery
       
     

Kelps in Design

Guardian Article - Atmosphere of Hope Tim Flannery

 Anna Atkins,  Cyanotypes of British Alagae    Sun Gardens
       
     
  Japanese Kelp Harvesting photographs;
       
     
ama diver 2.jpg
       
     
ama 4.jpg
       
     
ama divers.jpg
       
     
irish kelp harvest.jpg
       
     
Kilcullins_Seaweed_Baths.jpg
       
     
 I Get By with a little Kelp from My Friends  Seaweed Farming   Matters Journal
       
     

I Get By with a little Kelp from My Friends

Seaweed Farming

Matters Journal

 The Conversation  Seaweed Farming/ Tim Flannery    ABC radio interview with Tim Flannery    Tim Flannery Talk   ABC Catalyst  Can Seaweed Save the World   Tim Flannery at  The Wheeler Centre   Podcast Radi National  Big Ideas
       
     
 http://www.seaweed.ie/australia/   Marine Benthic Flora of Southern Australia  H.B.S. Womersley
       
     

http://www.seaweed.ie/australia/

Marine Benthic Flora of Southern Australia H.B.S. Womersley

 Commercial Kelp Harvesting Norway   https://academic.oup.com/icesjms/article/73/10/2708/2647119
       
     
 Kelp Harvesting Scotland   Government Report
       
     

Kelp Harvesting Scotland

Government Report

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