Sneaky chickens, brain transplant surgery and flying ninjas!
Watch as household junk is transformed into surreal shadow puppetry. Come play in the dark!
"A TRULY CAPTIVATING PERFORMANCE"
- Independent Weekly
Although standing for less than 50 years, Brynhyfryd made such an impression on the Ipswich community that its rise and fall became part of the city’s folklore. Explore more in this exhibition of found items from the lost castle.
Contemporary sculptures from the Ipswich Art Gallery Collection
Ooooh #15 & #16 (2014) Hydrocal, polyester filler, paint and SLS print.
Ipswich Art Gallery Collection, 2014.
A human-scaled, interactive kaleidoscope that gives you the real thing - the real you, captured by video and fragmented into a number of mandalas.
The real thing (2010)
Ply, acrylic mirror and video digital imaging equipment,
250 x 250 x 600 cm.
Ipswich Art Gallery Collection, commissioned 2010
A series of symmetrical, three dimensional spaces, each work drawing the viewer into its centre, a hypnotising void.
12.16am 18.02.2009 (2012)
110 x 92 x 6.5 cm.
Courtesy of the artist and Beam Contemporary, Melbourne