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Promoted as the world’s largest festival of lights, music and ideas, the 2017 edition of Vivid Sydney covers 12 Sydney performance venues, including Barangaroo, Darling Harbour, King’s Cross, Sydney Opera House , Botanic Gardens, The Rockswood, Chats, Martin Place and Taronga Zoo. Art & Design students, alumni and staff will also participate in this great celebration of creativity. Here are people’s favorite events, shows, installations and events ahead of this year’s event. The Spectral House, which opens at The Rocks on 26 May at 6pm, is a fictional and abstract ‘house’ that reflects the local architectural history. Complete with antique round windows, wrought iron balconies, ornate doors, ornate architectural details and traditional carvings, the gallery is a high-tech work of art that is sure to create a lasting impression and impress guests. audience. Art & Design graduates Ruth McDermott and Ben Baxter created Spectral House through their company, mcdermottbaxter. Launching on 26 May at 6pm at East Circular Quay, The Land of Mind is a sculpture that explores the experience of depression – what it looks like and how it works – through body mapping images, recording experiences, emotions and physical sensations. It is difficult to express verbally. The project is a collaboration between Drawing Book Studio, Black Dog Institute and Amigo & Amigo, and is directed by art and design director Natalie Robinson. Opening at The Rocks on 26 May at 6pm, Chromesthesia is an immersive installation that encourages participants to experience the fusion of sound and light, in the form of neurological chromaesthesia, by those who suffer from associating sound with the experience of color. The artwork is by art & Design graduate Harry Hawke and Jonathan Bolitho. Gulliver’s Swift Travel Service opens at The Rocks on 26th May at 6pm, recreating the daring feat of Gulliver’s Travels, allowing audiences through four doors to fly free. This interactive installation celebrates the 350th birthday of Jonathan Swift, author of the classic fantasy. The artwork is a work of art by Digital Mango Lab, a collaboration between three artists: Jonathan McEwan, Phil Gough and Art & Design graduate Chris Bell. Creative Careers is a special event (to be held on 3 June from 10.30am to 12pm at the New South Wales Arts Centre) that focuses on the big questions of how to keep creative, rewarding bills and fulfillment. It’s a balance between creating art and maintaining other activities. The event will feature a panel discussion of four artists working across different media who have come up with a variety of solutions to their career challenges. Facilitators are Nicole Monks, Bree Pickering, Bec Conroy, art & Design graduates Abdullah and Alex Visser. Narrator Nat Randall will direct the story. Cause and Effect: Artists for Social Change (27 of 107 projects in Redfern, opening 8 May at 10pm) is a launch and exhibition about war and conflict, environmental degradation, racism and other issues affecting Australian society. Islamophobia. The exhibition launch will include interviews with participating artists Andrea Srisurapon, Mandy Schoen-Salter, Marva Charmand, Miriam Cabello, Art & Design graduates Sherin Tan and Tia Cass. The exhibition will be followed by an Art and Society Forum (held on 3 June from 3pm to 5pm at 107 Projects in Redfern) where experts, artists and NGO managers will discuss the theme and themes of the exhibition. Artists can play a more active role as agents of social change. Opening at the Sydney Public Library on May 26 at 6pm, Supernova is a massive installation that will allow city-dwellers to experience the beauty of the starry night sky. Using cantilevered umbrellas, this installation represents the sudden birth and brightness of a star, which fades into the ‘Milky Way’ of changing canals. Supernova, created by Turner’s artistic team, represents Carolina Alvarez Arellano, Claudio Mantovani, Shevana Mendes, Gabriel Duque (The Bachelor), Pablo Codina, Alex Tran, Roberto Rizzo, Dean van der Merwe, Aaron Hogan and Nat By Amicabiliter Interventes. , which will open at Circular Quay on 26 May at 6pm, will explore themes of isolation and connectivity by exploring car parks, train stations and social networks. The artwork maps the movements of passengers standing on the train platform and gives the viewer a glimpse into the lives and movements of individual passengers before the next train arrives. recently. This artwork was created by graduate student Stuart Aslett. Unnotices, which opens at The Rocks on 26 May at 6pm, turns a hidden dark track into an immersive experience of light, color and texture. The installation encourages re-evaluation of the familiar, overlooked or forgotten to find something dynamic and new. Unnotice was created by Gleam Collective, Marsha Levina, Edwards Andrew, James Sulaiman, Jenny Wong, and Christina Graziella in collaboration with Steven Bai, Graduate, Evan Chen, and Anthony Seiter. Crystallize, by LA street artist Colette Miller, opens at Campbell’s Cove on May 26 at 6pm. A large mural landscape made of light, many triangles and diamonds, a mosaic of random colors and patterns, however, by looking closely viewers can see different patterns on in the face. Crystallize Club is the brainchild of CREATE, and all partners are current students, including Yunshen Zhang, Christopher Ho, Alison Zhang, Randy Zhang, William Weng, and Guoyu Chu. Opening at Macquarie Place Park on 26 May at 6pm, Light of Thoughts is the physical embodiment of brilliant ideas. It’s a big brain waiting for participants to stimulate it, so they can see what’s going on in various mental tasks. Contributing artists include artists from Novo-Zie, a group of artists including Shidi Luo, Tong Jia, Hongji Lin, and Joe Peng.
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It’s absolutely amazing and we highly recommend you visit Sydney at least once in your life to experience the annual Vivid Sydney. You can read about Dennis’ experience, see his photos and more videos at SUPERADRIANME.com.
Vivid Sydney is the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas. This year it will be held for 23 days from May 26 to July 17, 2017. More than 31 world and