Robyn Glade-Wright’s artistic practice revolves around concerns for the environment and the manner in which works of art illuminate aspects of lived experiences. Degradation of habitats, changes in land use, climate and the loss of species due to extinction are recurrent issues. She is recognised for working with found objects and natural materials, and recontextualising them into alluring, yet disturbing or challenging installations. She implores her audiences to think about their place within this small and irreplaceable planet. This new show highlights the relationship between art, artists and the art of making money. Seven well-known Cairns artists – Raewyn Biggs, Barbara Dover, Louisa EnnisThomas, Vide Freiberg, Julie Poulsen, Rose Rigley and Jennifer Valmadre (work pictured above) – have created works responding to this challenging exhibition theme. Painting, sculpture, jewellery and ceramics sit alongside more conceptual installations and works, which encourages audience participation and artist-to-artist collaboration.