For this video installation two figures are projected in parallel, their bodies bending, folding and echoing each other's gestures. This is an attempt to give physicality to the unseen force of the wind. The figures mimic the invisible pressure pushing and pulling the current between them, at times entangled yet mostly apart. The figures become a stand-in for the wind.
An Anthology of the Wind, 2022 Single channel video, 5:21 min
Weightlessness - a video screening in The Node
Hold #1-4 - a series of sculptures in the Discovery Ports
Wind Cycle - a sound installation on the North Wall
The artists would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which this work is presented and was made, the Awabakal People, and acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who now reside in this area. We extend that respect to Elders past, present and future.
With additional thanks to Meryl Ryan, Ali Graham and Skip Willcox, Karl Brandstater, Dino Consalvo. This project was supported through The Lock-up Artist in Residency Program.