How do you feel about change? It might be the only constant in our lives, yet it can send us on an emotional rollercoaster ride. You’ve probably felt...
King St Wharf
King St Wharf
Cundall Light4: Bettina Easton (Australia) / Andrew Bissell (Australia) / Mark Tweedale (Australia) / Kimberley Riley (Australia) / Hannah Murphy (Australia) / Liz Skelton (Australia) / Kenny Cliffe (Australia) / Pete Shing (Australia) / Minky Min (Australia) / David Clark (Australia)
LiteSource and Controls (Australia) / Filix (Croatia)
How do you feel about change? It might be the only constant in our lives, yet it can send us on an emotional rollercoaster ride. You’ve probably felt the full gamut of twenty seven human emotions over the last two years.
The fact that the world has been a vastly different place since March 2020 inspired Cundall Light4 to explore our many reactions to changes wrought by the pandemic. Using mathematics and digital design, they have expressed our collective grief, anxiety, joys, strength, resilience and longing (amongst others) in a series of illuminated cylinders with a cellular structure. The cylinders spell, Local, family and Connect with our twenty seven emotions. They beckon you to share your feelings out loud, with light reactions that pulse and dance through each form. Dare to bare your soul.
Country represented by installation: Australia