A picture in 365 slices. Each slice is one day of the year.
Lights over here, lights over there, everywhere light light
I will begin by saying, I have never seen so many different lights set up like there were set up in this years light festival. They were fantastic! Some made such an impression on me I would like to share it amongst you all.
Sydney was far beyond beautiful in my eyes. The creativity, the light and the life Vivid brought upon the city of Sydney. The night life did not only end up with being drunk of our faces but it showed a different environment where people can show their respects to those who showcased their artworks for our eyes. The different lights that were on display fascinated me, I wondered to myself who knew that people would ever come up with something like this.
A very memorable moment and I would like to see what will be up for the next light festival.
Find below pictures I have taken from the festival.
Thanks Vivid for showing me a different light.
Creation of the Mind
Oh the joy of appreciating other people’s artwork and creativity. Who knew that everything literally everything can be turned into a form of an artwork, from paper mache, video clips, styrofoam, ropes, cans, oyster shells and much more!! All this can be seen in the one and only Biennale of Sydney located everywhere around the CBD in places such as the Gallery of NSW, Museum of Contemporary Art, Pier 2/3, Carriage works and finally Cockatoo Island.
A couple of us went to Cockatoo Island to see the art exhibition. It was a spontaneous trip to Biennale as we just planned to travel to Balmain to get macarons and go back into the city but instead we bought macarons and decided to check out the art exhibition on Cockatoo Island. Travelled by ferry which was a plus side to our voyage seeing the harbour on a beautiful sunny day. I personally haven’t gone to see all the other exhibition besides some of the artworks situated on Cockatoo Island, I do hope that I get to see all the artworks before it ends. It was a day well spent!
Below are a few pictures of artworks I found really interesting! Hope you find them just as interesting.
Picture 1. ‘Oysters and Tea Cups’ by Jonathan Jones
Picture 2. ‘The River’ by Philip Beesley
Picture 3. ‘Gravitas Lite’ by Peter Robinson
Picture 4. ‘The River’ by Monika Grzymala and Euraba Artists and Papermakers
Picture 5. ‘Quand vous réveillez les esprits’ by Khadija Baker
If you have time go and check out Biennale as I said earlier it will be a day well spent!
I can hear the stream flowing!
Sully-sur-Loire, Centre, France
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