Agri-Cultures is a commissioned video work by the artist Zoe Scoglio (DAI, 2019) in dialogue with local small-scale farmers Gung Hoe growers in response to the theme ‘Industry’. Focusing on the manual labours and tactile relations, this is a visual portrait of the daily regenerative wholistic practices and emergent cultures at the Harcourt Organic Farming Co-op. As a volunteer at Gung Hoe Growers, this commission was an opportunity for Zoe to enter more deeply into conversation and to further learn from and attend to the practices of daily care-full cultivation. Till September 25, 2022.

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Zoe Scoglio was commissioned by Castlemaine Art Museum (CAM) to make a new video work to be projected on the front of their building after dark every night from July 15th - September 25th.
Zoe was honoured to get the chance to work with the awesome Gung Hoe Growers and the Harcourt Organic Farming Co-op on this project - titled  "Agri-Cultures".
The opening celebration happened on Friday July 15th 6-8pm.
Gung Hoe Growers was selling their beautiful produce on the night and Radical Cilantro (from the Orchard Keepers)  transformed the HOFC abundance into snacks for your pleasure. 

CAM acknowledges with respect the Dja Dja Wurrung as the Traditional Owners of the land on which Castlemaine has been established.



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Art Guide Australia
Australian Government RISE Fund
Castlemaine Mail
Christine Bell
Creative Victoria
Mount Alexander Shire Council