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Lars Stenberg

Gallery Assistant, Post Office Gallery

A graduate of Dundee University’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Scotland, Lars Stenberg is an artist and writer concerned with the experience of our environment and its embodied human meaning. Awarded the John Milne Purvis Prize for painting, he is widely known as a painter, and has exhibited across the world from the Cork Gallery in New York to a shed in the bush near Fryerstown, Victoria. He also works with digital media, music and assemblage, and undertakes public and community art consultations and commissions.

Along with numerous articles in UK and European publications, he is co-author of two books on access to the environment: By All Reasonable Means, 2004 and Easy Access to Historic Landscapes, 2005 which won both the Landscape Institute Landscape Policy Award and the President’s Award in 2006. He is also co-author of Equality of Experience: Inclusive Design of Public Open Space, a paper presented at the 2nd International Conference for Universal Design, Kyoto, Japan.

He is on the committee of SEAM Inc (Sustainable Environment Arts Movement), an art and environment enterprise based in Ballarat, Victoria, which aims to create inclusive and adventurous art and events that connect people to issues of sustainability.