Inspired by NSW's many natural wonders that have been sculpted and shaped by the eroding effects of wind, water and time, this inflatable labyrinth invites...
11 Harbour St
Access and Inclusion
Joseph Burgess (Unregistered Master Builder)
Inspired by NSW's many natural wonders that have been sculpted and shaped by the eroding effects of wind, water and time, this inflatable labyrinth invites us to look through the cracks formed and see anew.
Think of landmarks like the Jenolan Caves, the Three Sisters, Australia Rock and the Royal National Park’s Instagram-famous Figure Eight pools, all made only more beautiful by their natural fractures or 'apertures'.
After studying them, this design and 'art-chitecture' duo created a world of sculpted walls, peepholes and framed openings filled with surprises. Illuminated in colours that echo our blue skies, orange earth and pink sunsets, the constant flux recalls not only the awe felt when seeing these iconic landmarks first-hand, but how each day offers a new view.
Country represented by installation: Australia