Geokult has been involved in a broad range of projects to date.

Some examples include:

  • Words for Water is a cross-media project, initiated by Tracey Benson in 2013
  • SCANZ2013 was a residency, symposium and exhibition in the Taranaki region of New Zealand.
  • Finding Balance: Mura Gadi is the title of an exhibition but Tracey Benson at Belconnen Art Centre in 2013. The work has been developed from a series of walks in the Australian Capital Territory and southern New South Wales.
  • Cultural Strangers explores the many layers of  Turkish history and culture from the perspective of a traveler and cultural observer. This project started development before the trip to Turkey in Sept-Oct 2011, by way of research into a number of social and environmental aspects of some the locations on our journey. This project was the foundation of an artist residency at Babayan Culture House in Ibrahimpaşa, a small village in the Cappdocia region of Turkey.

Forthcoming projects include:

  • an exhibition of works and launch of a publication focusing on Turkey, Turkish Embassy, Canberra  2014
  • SCANZ2015
  • Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium 2014

Tracey Benson is also working on other projects including Remote Connections, which focuses on working collaboratively with remote Indigenous communities in Australia to co-design web based tools for flexible delivery, and a long standing blog Mediakult which focuses on media arts, theory and cultures.

You can find her Facebook pages at and

While you on Facebook, you can also find Tracey and Marty’s geokult page at

Some of Tracey’s archived works and projects can be seen at Tracey’s Treasure Trove.