Melbourne artist RONE creates a time capsule of mid-century Melbourne with an immersive installation in the infamous Flinders Street Station ballroom. ‘Time’ is now open, running until April 2023.
Sydney’s 12th Vivid starts today. As a culmination of light shows, musical prodigies, and panels of our greatest minds, we’ve selected only ten events out of the pool of hundreds that we don’t think you should miss.
Titled ‘Rīvus’, meaning ‘stream’ in Latin, this year’s Biennale features new works and exhibitions of water ecology and its infinite connections to the natural world.
The hyperrealist extraordinaire, also known for the unexpected, takes her Instagram world on an interactive tour of Australian slang with an exhibition in Brisbane.
Coming back in a big way, the 2021 lineup of events, talks and exhibitions for Melbourne Design Week is exhaustive. We have picked out just a small selection but be sure to see the full list for yourself and clear the calendar so you don’t miss a thing.
When Nicola Lie asked MAKE Creative to give her boutique, Poepke, a redesign and refresh the cross-disciplinary design duo, Antonia Pesenti and Patricia Bondin were thrilled to be a part of the transformation.
The immersive architectural installation showcases the material qualities of Cosentino’s Dekton surface material and how it comes to life with light.
For the fourth and final Fugitive Structure installation at the Sherman Gallery, Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia has created ‘Green Ladder’, a network of bamboo rods tied together to create a pavilion for meditation and reflection. Sammy Preston reports.
“People meander through this forest, as if lured by the charm of the light. Light and people interact with one another, its existence defining the transition of the other,” says Sou Fujimoto of Sou Fujimoto Architects, designer of the Cos x Sou Fujimoto ‘Forest of Light’ Salon del Mobile 2016 Installation.