"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars" Oscar Wilde 1893
Looking at the Stars is an installation exploring the ephemeral and transcendental qualities of light. Placed in the bluestone gutters of Gore Place a micro-universe of stars will be viewable amid the puddles. Composed of hundreds of submersible LED lights the flickering in the darkness illuminates a space for contemplation.
New Location: Gore Place
Visual artists Simon Macaulay, singer/ composer Rose Bygrave and writer Barry Hill collaborate to create an exquisite space to pay homage to the Kangaroo Grass, one of the most iconic species of the remnant grasslands. An evocative sound sculpture takes the listener on a poetic journey over time and through cultures.