Morgan Way and Sam Doyon from Wayward Films produced this short video documentary about the Yeomans Carbon Still, soil carbon and its potential for mitigating global warming.
The video includes discussion with inventor/designer Allan Yeomans, artist Lucas Ihlein, farmer Robert Quirk, Indigenous land manager Russell Logan, and carbon farming advocate Louisa Kiely.
The doco is included in the exhibition Shapes of Knowledge alongside the Yeomans Carbon Still machine.
Music by Robin Grey.
As part of the exhibition of Baking Earth at Monash University Museum of Art, we hosted a round-table discussion forum on the potential for agriculture to perform soil carbon sequestration, and for farmers to be paid for these services. Appearing on the video: Dr Lucas Ihlein (lead artist), Allan Yeomans (Carbon Still Inventor), Louisa Kiely (Carbon Farmers of Australia), Niels Olsen (Farmer), Dr Dru Marsh (Environmental Law Expert), Marc Parlange (Professor at Monash University). Video by WayWard.
In association with the Baking Earth Exhibition at Monash University Museum of Art, we organised a bus trip to the farm of Niels Olsen and Family, who run one of the first farms in Australia to be paid for soil carbon sequestration services. Appearing on the video: Dr Lucas Ihlein (lead artist), Allan Yeomans (Carbon Still Inventor), Niels Olsen (farmer), Adrianna Marchand (Bootstrap Environmental Services), Damien Lawson (Chief of Staff – Greens). Many thanks to Bunurong Land Council. Video by WayWard.
This video shows details of the Baking Earth exhibition at Monash University Museum of Art. Video by Takeshi Kondo.