"Strange what desire will make foolish people do" Pipilotti Rist - Victim of this song 🎼
I have seen this lovely lights pop in my feed hundreds of times, it became a trend more than a celebration of the artist behind it 🎪This exhibition was magical, an innovative showcase of multimedia, sculpture and colours 🎟summarising the creative life of an artist that showed the world from her perspective 🎨
A must if in Sydney! ✌️
•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• "Es extraño lo que el deseo puede llevar a los necios a hacer" - Pipilotti Rist - Víctima de esta canción 🎼
He visto estás hermosas luces en mis tableros incontables veces, pero más como una tendencia que una celebración de la artista detrás de ellas 🎪Está exhibición es una mágica e innovadora muestra audiovisual de colores y esculturas 🎟Resume la vida creativa de una artista mostrando el mundo desde su punto de vista 🎨Si están en Sydney, no se la pierdan ✌️
✨Wander through a forest of hanging lights, get lost in the floating fabric or lay back and watch the ceiling morph above you. Part of the Sydney International Art Series, visit @mca_australia to be amazed by the Pipilotti Rist: Sip My Ocean exhibition. On now until 18 February. #ilovesydney#MCAcollection 📷 @hellomissmay
I have a work up in the @mca_australia collection show WORD. #posterreduction made in 2006 and remade in 2010. One side is a drawing of the main campaign room in the Tasmanian offices of the Wilderness Society during the Tasmanian Forest Campaign in 2005/06. The second side is a drawing of a large Eucalyptus Regnans, the key stone species that was the focus of the campaign. When the drawings are printed the complexity of both locations are reduced - one to the tree the other to the slogans on the whiteboard.
The Tasmania government is still allowing old growth forest to be logged. ...
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In Wiradjuri woman Nicole Foreshew’s piece ‘ngayirr’, meaning sacred, the artist has altered a collection of nine tree limbs collected on Country. Through this ceremonious transformation, the head of each branch is covered in a crystalline skin, the result of a chemical reaction deep within the earth. Find this newly acquired work in our #MCACollection galleries now. #mcaustralia#aboriginalartist#indigenousartist
MCA Collection is proudly supported by @qantas.
Image: Nicole Foreshew, ‘ngayirr (sacred)’, 2015-17, Museum of Contemporary Art, purchased with funds provided by the MCA Foundation, 2017, photograph: Jacquie Manning
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Walking through a forest of lights and experiencing Pipilotti Rist’s Sip My Ocean.