Maynot hosts this space to make available for sale creations by Lisa Roberts and co-authors of the Living Data program that she leads. Living Data are responses to our changing natural world that are true to science, true to senses, adapting and evolving (doing something new), to seed treaties (agreements) between peoples and countries to live well together, acknowledging diversity and reciprocity as vital for a healthy human culture.

Blue spiral signifies flows of Indigenous knowledge that come from lands and waterways. Orange grid signifies colonial frameworks opening up to two-way learning and teaching through Indigenous cultural practices and the scientific method.
Two-way learning icon co-authored by Cat Kutay, Robyn Murphy and Lisa Roberts (2021-08-19)

My contributions to Maynot are art works in the Limbo collection you see in the foyer and treatment rooms. These are freely provided to promote the philosophy we share, of the necessity for art and science in all we do, and of movement, change and transformation as vital for enduring health. My art reflects my experience as a dancer and my knowledge of primal forms that shape living things. Primal forms are circling, crossing and spiralling. They come from lands and waterways worldwide. They belong to everyone as languages of relationship. Primal forms are integral to Indigenous languages everywhere. Primal forms in nature embody enduring knowledge of human relationship and responsibility, in song, dance, music, drawing, painting, engraving, ceremony and more…

Lisa Roberts


Catalogues display original works and their stories that contribute to LunarTime and MEASO Living Data maps and libraries, for sharing knowledge that comes from country.

CATALOGUE #001: Lisa Roberts

CATALOGUE #002: Living Data


Animations combine scientific data and subjective experience

Antarctic scientist Andrew Constable explains his relationship to water.
This is a response to Tyson Yunkaporta’s guided visualisation, in his book, ‘Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking can change the World’. 2019, that invites you to visualise the place you call home
This video describes workshops led to inspire you to draw as a way of listening and responding.
This video is a response by Lisa Roberts to questions cast by artist and scholar Tracey Benson, to all speakers contributing to the 2021 conference, ‘Meeting of the Waters‘:
Can you tell a little about your work and how it relates to water?
Can you describe one of your water projects?
What are the most critical issues related to water?
What are some of the stories about water that connect to your place?
What else do you want to talk about?