Museum of Water in Australia

Museum of Water in Australia

15,000 people visit Amy Sharrocks’ Museum of Water at Perth Festival After almost 2 years of travelling and collecting donations across Western Australia, Museum of Water at Fremantle Arts Centre was our largest installation ever. With the wonderful Perth...
Sea Change

Sea Change

from Cape Farewell the Sea Change Programme Stewardship and Community Agency on Scotland’s Islands Cape Farewell’s Sea Change(Tionndadh na Mara in Gaelic) is a four-year programme of research and making across Scotland’s western and northern isles. The project began...
Siobhan McDonald film

Siobhan McDonald film

Working from a studio at the School of Biology and Environmental Science at University College Dublin, Siobhan McDonald explores the vast diversity of the environment we inhabit and our equally diverse responses to it. In this short documentary, she talks about her...
Why the Moon, Luke?

Why the Moon, Luke?

Found on Tidal Cultures Why the Moon, Luke? Luke Jerram is that rare bird, a genuinely popular yet acclaimed contemporary artist. And he’s obsessed with the moon. So he’s made one: seven metres wide featuring 120dpi detailed NASA imagery, and he’s...
Kinetic Chandeliers

Kinetic Chandeliers

Kinetic Chandeliers by Luke Jerram These solar powered kinetic chandeliers consist of dozens of glass radiometers, which shimmer and flicker as they turn in the sunlight. Altering their speed with the subtle changes in lighting conditions, the vanes of each radiometer...
Treefold (somewhere-nowhere)

Treefold (somewhere-nowhere)

From Harriet and Rob Fraser… The Long View somewhere-nowhere     The sun’s light on the treefold gives it a softness, a pale glory. The range of greys and browns and whites in this ordered arrangement of limestone chunks are of this land and, here, in this...