watch YouTube exploratory work.
Prof William Gladstone, Shona Wilson, Lisa Roberts

Sound: Excerpt from ex Oceano –  Matthew Dewey’s Symphony No2, 2013 – Lynchpin project 2012-15.

Kur-ring-gai Ph project

Ten scientists and ten artists collaborate for a year to develop material for presentation and installation at Eramboo Gallery and Many Art Gallery and Museum.

Meet Lisa Roberts with Prof  William Gladstone as one of the teams part of the Kur-ring-gai Ph project co-ordinated and curated by Susan Milne and Katherine Roberts.

Watch art/science interactions as the exploration of seagrass begins.


 Sea Grass features on Off Track 

Saturday 21 May 2016 10:30AM (view full episode)


Front lawn to the ocean, seagrass has long been known to play an essential role in the marine ecosystem. It acts as a nursery for fish species, food for turtles and dugongs, and is a natural mesh that holds the coastline together, preventing erosion.

Recently, scientists have begun to understand the plant’s unique capacity to sequester carbon; seagrass meadows capture and store carbon at a rate forty times faster than a tropical rainforest—and they can store that carbon for thousands of years.