Immersive Art
11
Oct
31
Dec
Revival and Renewal

Immersive Art

Five immersive public art installations by five boundary-pushing artists are bringing colour and creativity to The Rocks.
When
Monday,
11 Oct 2021
Friday,
31 Dec 2021

The Rocks is coming to life with colour and creativity thanks to a series of intriguing installations by local artists, curated by Art Pharmacy. 

Each of the artists was asked to respond to and explore the central themes of revival and renewal as we emerge from Covid. The result is a series of installations that are unique and create a new way to see The Rocks – uncovering new stories, old stories, a new perspective on a well known location, and a sense of play and adventure.

Visit The Rocks to experience these immersive art works, and gain a new perspective on one of Sydney’s best loved and most historic sites. 

By Vincent Buret
Enlightened Reflections

Vincent Buret: a Sydney-based designer whose work embraces minimalist shapes and new technologies as a form of expression. ​

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By Rochelle Haley
Nurses Walk

Rochelle Hayley: a mulit-disciplinary artist and designer whose installation work is sensory, rhythmic and kinaesthetic all at once . 

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By Jason Wing
Pemulwuy - "Butu Wargun"

Jason Wing: is a boundary-pushing artist whose work questions our understanding of history and our current reality. His work is held in prestigious collections including the National Gallery of Australia. 

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By Maddison Gibbs
Spirits Make Noise

Maddison Gibbs: a proud Barkindji woman, Maddison’s striking black and white imagery is drawn from Aboriginal seeds, nuts and medicines and inspired by Aboriginal female matriarchs. 

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By Maurice and Matthew Goldberg Aberline Studio in Collaboration with Graham Toomey
Saltwater Country

Goldberg Aberline Studio is an artistic duo that harness light to express ideas, tell stories and create experiences that are sensual and poetic. For this installation, they have collaborated with prominent Aboriginal artist, Grahame Toomey from the Wurrumunga Clan of the Wiradjuri and Wongaibon.

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