In Sydney, things tend to go bump in the night. Perhaps it is a possum party in your roof, noisy bats eating your mulberries or a brush turkey flirting...
Bump in the Night
11 Harbour St
Access and Inclusion
James Dive: James Dive (Australia)
In Sydney, things tend to go bump in the night. Perhaps it is a possum party in your roof, noisy bats eating your mulberries or a brush turkey flirting with your chickens.
But it doesn’t stop there. Things also go bump in the day. Spiders on steering wheels, cockatoos eating windscreen wipers, and magpies chasing the postman.
This interactive light installation draws inspiration from our daily encounters with a bold mother nature.
This artwork resembles a peaceful campsite, with muffled snores heard from within the tents. As you walk through the campground, any noise you make could wake up the campers, resulting in hand torches being waved about.
Want to be a drop bear? A Bunyip? Or just a hungry bat? You decide, be loud, and be that bump in the night.
Country represented by installation: Australia