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Liana

Responds to the curatorial brief of ‘Alter’ to make other….. this inspired me to take the concept of the many layers found (historically, physically) of this civic and the ceremonial site, its in and outside spaces of the site of the Uniting Church and the new adjoining building. To merge these metaphorical layers and sites together it needed to be a soft coverage, subtly changing yet able to transform these spaces into an ethereal and memorable sight. This proposed work inspired by the landscape that hugs these 2 spaces and taken from a plant identified through its veil like growing behaviour and known as the Tahitian bridal veil will be suspended in the foyer ceiling and seamlessly float growing towards the church and its natural light source. Titled ‘Liana’ (meaning climbing vine with veil behaviour), will delicately join.
This work will be aided by a viewing platform known as Clinque-T (see furniture proposals).
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