Upcoming exhibition: sea.liquid.sensation.flux.space
Dates: 3 June – 3 September 2023
Where: Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
This show will bring together new small and large-scale works. It will include an array of diverse materials ranging from drawings and watercolours to collages, objects, and paintings. It will also feature a selection of works from Möller’s studio collection. She utilises close observation, new scientific research, and somatic material exploration, to devise multi-layered immersive installations that invite reflection on the impact of humankind on ecosystems.
“I am captivated by the idea of some slippage between those life forms that actually exist in our natural environments and entirely fictitious organisms.” 
– Vera Möller
Often working in response to a specific site, in the last two decades Möller’s creative projects have ranged from: an investigation into the undergrowth of the Kings Wood in Kent, UK; a botanical exploration of the sub-alpine heath lands of Skullbone Plains, Tasmania; wetlands in Goulburn Valley, Victoria; the Great Barrier Reef in the Northern climates of Australia; cold water marine environments of the Victorian coast; as well as the vast underwater environment of the Great Southern Reef.