Helen Mc Dondald from Melbourne University will deliver a paper on Lloyd's work at The Art Association of Australia and New Zealand 2011.The annual conference in Wellingtion is focused on a single overarching theme: Contact.
Lloyd is one of elven experienced artists, architects and designers selected to submit a proposal to deliver a public art work that communicates the retrofit of 1200 Buildings' signatory 490 Spencer St, West Melbourne. The Winner will be announced and all work exhibited - The Atrium at Federation Square
From Thursday 29 September 2011 - exhibition runs for 2 weeks
31st August 2011
From 1984, this series of images in the Last Rivers Song panel 4 - was shot with a special 72 frame 35mm film - Ilford HP5 Auto winder, during the re-scanning process in 2011, a scan was made of all images shot and a B&W video created from the sequence of 35mm frames.
28 July 2011 Opening at ACP
Jud Arthur sings opera at the opening of Lloyd Godman's exhibition Entropy at the Australian Centre for Photography, July 2011
Lloyd Speking at the opening ACP
Arts Talks 2011 Presented by CDN and the City of Melbourne
Arts, Local Government and Climate Change Forum Tuesday 3 May, 10am -12.00 noon followed by morning tea.
Increasing engagement in environmental issues, especially climate change, through the arts. How are councils using arts initiatives to engage communities around issues of environmental sustainability and climate change? What contributions can artists make in spreading the sustainability message? What factors have helped ideas get traction? What kinds of initiatives can be undertaken without a lot of resources? How can arts projects be developed with environmental sustainability in mind? Yarra Room, 2nd Floor, Melbourne Town Hall, 90-120 Swanston Street, Melbourne.
Speakers include: Dr. Martin Mulligan, Senior Research Fellow, Global Studies, Social Science & Planning, RMIT University Angharad Wynne-Jones, Curator/Director Lloyd Godman, Ecological Artist Amanda Owen, Cultural Liveability Officer and Project Manager of Green Expectations, Latrobe City AndreaEbsworth, Cultural Planner, Arts and Culture, Mornington Peninsula Shire
March 2nd 2011 – Lloyd Godman talks from from the ‘Symbols of Loss and Recovery’ Exhibition
‘Symbols of Loss and Recovery’ commemorates the artistic and community response to the Nillumbik Bushfires of February 2009. Lloyd Godman will explore specifically his experience creating A Walk in the Fog and Snow, Kinglake in the context of his broader practise as an ecological artist.
“From my previous work in 2005-6 on the regeneration after the fire at Wilsons Prom I realized there would be a remarkable transformation of the desolate charred land as the bush regenerated and I was committed to create work exploring this transformation, but I was unprepared for the beauty of the transformation. There was a tremendous sensation of vaporized energy, as though every atom of life had been consumed. Indeed when I first visited the area I saw no form of life at all, except for a few remarkable grass trees that had already grown a few inches of new green growth.”
First Wednesday of each month at 7pm
Venue: The Barn Gallery, Montsalvat, 7 Hillcrest Ave, Eltham (Melway 22 A8)
Cost: Free entry, cheese and wine provided. RSVP essential.
May 12, 2011 Lloyd installed "Expanding Dimension" at Camberwell Grammar School to photograph. Despite the cold and rain Silvi collaborated with me to get some great images of the living plant work on the balustrade off the Roystead building. Thanks Silvi you're a champ! Next week the work will be installed in a more permanent manner suspended in the central arch on the second story above the main entrance and will live there for some time. Working with Architect Peter Crone we are looking to install a permanent plant work into the new building for the school and the installation of Expanding Dimension is an experiment to prove how little maintenance these living plant works need.
The photographs were for a coming feature in the August September issue of Facility Management Magazine.
Artists Open Studios upcoming exhibitions
Eltham Library Community Gallery, Panther Place, Eltham (Melway 21 J5) 14 April - 4 May 2011
Lloyd has work in the Nullimbik open studio exhibition.
The next Artist Open Studio Week-ends will be held on
30 April & 1 May 2011.
11am - 5pm
The Baldessin Press will open its doors to visitors. A great opportunity to visit the artists in their creative space and to buy or commission a unique piece of art at studio prices.
Please come and visit the Baldessin Press where you can meet view more work and talk to Lloyd.
Oases Breakfast seminar
Where: The Augustine Centre, Hawthorn (Melways ref. 45,E11) near Auburn and Glenferrie train stations
When: 5 February 2011· 09:00 - 12:00
Lloyd will speak on his plant works at this Breakfast
Art and Environment Beyond Comment!
For decades artists have often made confronting and constructive comment about environment issues, but often they fall victim to the very issues and consumer society they critique. How can they step beyond comment and contribute to solving environmental problems in real terms, how can they make art that is beyond sustainability and moves with the world off the super-sustainable?
RSVP to OASES 03 98193502 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Metro Magazine based in Auckland are publishing a full page early image of Mick Jagger taken by Lloyd in the Sept 26th edition
Posted 17 September
Emily Goldthorpe art history and theory masters student at Otago University is writing a thesis under the supervision of Dr Erika Wolf on New Zealand titled - Altered Landscape photography: The New Zealand landscape through the lens. Her work centres on 4 photographers - Lloyd Godman, Craig Potton, Wayne Barrar, Haruhiko Sameshima
Posted - 1st August 2011
For over 18 years Facility Management (FM) has been the only Australian publication dedicated exclusively to the facilities management industry.
A virtual mock up of Lloyd's show at Australian Center for Photography opening 28 July 6pm - is at - Virtual gallery
click on a wall to view the images and layout
Lloyd has just sent all the files for the triptychs to the printer - the two large composite works are already printed about 1.1m x 2.3m each - the composites were equivalent to doing an exhibition of 2000 images - so I am sure glad to get that done and take a break.
Where: Atrium Federation Square, Melbourne
When: 05 February 2011 - 13 February
An exhibition marking the 2 nd anniversary of the Black Saturday Bush fire
Lloyd will be exhibiting a version of the Entropy String randomized projection in this curated group exhibtion.
Not only is this workshop suited to experienced artists and photographers, but anyone who wishes to unlock their creative potential with the natural environment through the use of a camera and LIGHT will gain a great deal.
A 3 day workshop in landscape photography with artist/photographer Lloyd Godman & Silvi Glattauer. Camping and working at Wilson's Prom for 3 days, this workshop is guaranteed to be an intense experience. Rather than a quest for the classic landscape image, explore strategies for identifying and developing a personal photographic vision, style or iconography.
Thurs evening 18 – 20 - March 2011
$480 (camping & transport not inc.)
What you should know & bring?
Further information on the workshop
please ring Lloyd 0448188899
Places fill quickly. You are advised to book early
to avoid disappointment.
Reserve your place by
ringing Rob Hails on (03) 9482 1605 .