Sculptural

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Seed <h4>Suyin Honeywell</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Seed

Suyin Honeywell

‘Seed’ - A light installation sculpture produced by Artist/NSC teacher Suyin Honeywell with NSC students and Somebody’s Daughter Theatre.

Follow the beautiful soundscape of clap sticks and piano into Johnston Park and walk around our glowing ‘Seeds’. This installation hold the sounds, dreams, words and memories of our young people. Join us and put your words in one of the pods and place a tea light candle around your chosen sculpture and make a wish.

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Looking Into the Wonderland <h4>Jacinta Leitch</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Looking Into the Wonderland

Jacinta Leitch

"Looking into Wonderland” by Jacinta Leitch, explores the relationship that is conjured from the story telling of parents to their children, a walk amongst an imaginary world seeking adventure much like “Alice”. A cluster of 22 giant illuminated mushrooms float up from the ground accompanied by a soundtrack of a magical night forest, awakening the sense of discovery apparent whilst walking within my instillation. (No flashing or flickering lights will be used, making my site a safe zone for those who suffer from epilepsy or seizures).

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Recycled Music and Light <h4>Christian College Geelong (Bellarine)</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Recycled Music and Light

Christian College Geelong (Bellarine)

One group’s trash is another group’s art installation…

After long years of service, these musical instruments were going to the dump…until they were ‘rescued’ and given new purpose in a Year 9 Studio Art classroom. The students have taken them apart and put them back together as a collaborative sculptural installation.

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Mourning Empty Nest-ers <h4>Janine Clark</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Mourning Empty Nest-ers

Janine Clark

In cities, trees are reduced, buildings sprout, and birds nest elsewhere, while high-rise living stretches skywards, attracting empty-nesters. Absence and longing are explored as the viewer encounters nest forms. Some glow with eggs referencing new life, others are blue with emptiness - the viewer hears what is missing.

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