With its limpid eyes and hint of happy impertinence, this strangely mature baby infers the contradictory senses of confidence and vulnerability - Oil Painting by Zhang Xiaogang
Larger-than-life sculptures of human suffering by Dadang Christanto. The 16 male and female figures in this installation represent displaced victims, mutely carrying the bodies of innocent men, women and children who have been killed – testament to the inhumanity of man, a silent monument to communal grief.
Working with the concept of hylozoism – the belief that all matter in the universe has a life of its own – Philip Beesley creates interactive environments that respond to the actions of the audience, offering a vision of how buildings in the future might move, think and feel.
Daan Roosegaarde’s Interactive Landscape Dune in Dog-Leg Tunnel, Cockatoo Island is a hybrid of nature and technology made from large amounts of fibre optics which reacts to the sounds and motions of people walking by, visitors become active participants, having a direct influence on the interactive artwork’s identity. His sculptures are tactile high-tech environments in which viewer and space become one. This connection, established between ideology and technology, results in what he calls 'techno-poetry’.
This is an interactive Installation of Wind Chimes by Tiffany Singh at Pier 2/3, Sydney, Australia. You can take home one of the wind chime and decorate as you like. Once finished you can return the chime to a designated location at Cockatoo Island making into an amazing collaborative art display!
The Mending Project, participatory installations by Lee Mingwei - where the audience engages with the artist himself by eating, sleeping, walking and conversing.
Sound of birds reminds us of walking in a park full of trees or waking up in a country holiday home. Have you heard birds chirping in middle of city while walking along a lane surrounded by tall buildings? Well, if you walk on Angel place of city of Sydney, you can. Thanks to innovative installation 'Forgotten Songs' by various artists that commemorates songs of 50 birds once heard in central Sydney. Here are some photographs I took of this installation.
Vin is a Sydney based photographer and travels in Australia and around the world for photography projects. He specialises in Architecture, Art, Fine Art and Time-Lapse photography. The images from his photography projects are available to purchase as Archival quality fine art prints and canvases...Read more