Today I would love to share with you some of my pics from a recent trip to the Biennale of Sydney 2014. I admit, I really only saw a small fraction of the event featured at the MCA and Cockatoo Island, but it was enough to re-ignite my love of art and creativity! So many intriguing works and oh my gosh, how great was Cockatoo Island as a choice of venue? That place is truly spectacular all on its own! I found myself photographing my setting just as much as the artworks, it was so fun to get the old SLR out snapping again.
So please enjoy my mini tour as a teaser of this fabulous international art event. The Biennale of Sydney runs until the 9th June 2014, so go and check it out for yourself if you are in Sydney. I’m hoping to get back at some stage to take in the full spectrum of venues and works too!
“You imagine what you desire” one of the numerous illuminated text on scaffolding works by Nathan Foley featured at various Biennale venues.
The bright artworks by Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie “Zobop” were a huge favourite of mine, so fun for all the viewers to interact with and become immersed in – Vinyl Tape and Varnish
Then off the stunning Cockatoo Island!
Airstream love! A cool little cafe set-up to relax and enjoy the surrounds at.
…and meet some of the locals!
“You create what you will” by Nathan Foley – illuminated text on scaffolding
“Street, Play, Way” by Ulla Von Brandenburg – mixed-media installation with HD video
“The Hollows” by Dwyer Mikala – Plastic and Air Sculpture Installation
Lovers in front of “I am the River” video installation by Eva Koch
“Spectra VI” by Ross Manning – a fun kinetic sculpture made from fluorescent lights, acrylic, wood, wire, rope and electrical cables
A detail shot of “Trophy” by Eva Rothschild – polystyrene, modroc, glass beads, paint and steel
All images © Yasmin Gimellaro / Hermit Homewares