Located just by Wharf 3 in Walsh Bay, Tumbleweed explores the emotional tumult involved in artistic processes. As you wander around the circular structure, different creative expressions are revealed from the linear extrusions, illustrating the importance of perspective.
Reflecting upon Tibetan yogic practices, Australian artist Joanne Handley explores the existential human condition at the Seymour Center. Neon bands, ascending in colour, represent the seven chakras of the subtle body making for a truly meditative piece of work.
Just off Circular Quay by Cadmans Cottage, Ayla captures the essence of the moon, reflecting on the different phases of the moon in its nightly projections. Creating silhouettes when adults and children dance in front, Ayla is an experience for the whole family to enjoy.
A mind-opening experience for all, Kaleidoscope takes the viewer on a journey through a seemingly never-ending space. Highlighting the depth of space through fading light, this Australian installation finds its inspiration in theories of reflection and inter-reflection.
Embedded right in the heart of Chatswood’s retail hub, Aquarium explores the underwater world. Focusing on the journey of an electric eel living in the tidal movement of the river mouth, this installation is mesmerising to all who walk below Westfield’s pedestrian overpass.  Related Articles: