Diego Bonetto is a multimedia practitioner dedicated to enabling convivial conversations around belonging, sustainability and agency. Through environmental art campaigns such as WeedyConnection, Wild Stories and Wild Food Map he has shared insights into edible and medicinal wild plants in Australia and fostered culturally aware interpretations of landscape. Bonetto regularly conducts workshops, foraging tours and performances to reframe environmental identity and stewardship, and collaborates extensively with chefs, dancers, media art practitioners, Journalists and academics, craft workers, herbalists, brewers, educators, landowners and elders of many ethnicities. Exhibitions and commissions have included Foodfight (a C3West commission in partnership with the MCA and Liverpool Council, Sydney, 2016); Time_Place_Space: Nomad (2014, Performance Space Sydney/ArtsHouse Melbourne); The Rocks Windmill, Sydney (2013, workshops and public sculpture); Wild Stories (2 years of workshops and a solo show, Casula Powerhouse Art Centre, 2012); and State of the Arts (group exhibition, Italian Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2011). Bonetto is also a core member of Big Fag Press, where he provides mentorship to emerging artists and supports Sydney’s print culture through workshops and exhibitions. Diego has been featured in a substantial amount of media including articles on Marie Claire, GQ Australia, Lonely Planet, SMH, ABC Radio and TV and SBS Radio and TV.