Twilight States and the Edges of Darkness, cotton thread and micro-electronics embroidered on silk organza framed in bamboo embroidery hoops, Ghostings, Siteworks 2016, Bundanon Trust, NSW, Australia.

Twilight States and the Edges of Darkness, cotton thread and micro-electronics embroidered on silk organza framed in bamboo embroidery hoops, Ghostings, Siteworks 2016, Bundanon Trust, NSW, Australia.

Twilight States and the Edges of Darkness, cotton thread and micro-electronics embroidered on silk organza framed in bamboo embroidery hoops, Ghostings, Siteworks 2016, Bundanon Trust, NSW, Australia.

Twilight States and the Edges of Darkness, site-specific mixed and multimedia installation, Ghostings, Siteworks 2016, Bundanon Trust, NSW, Australia.

Twilight States and the Edges of Darkness, cotton thread and micro-electronics embroidered on silk organza framed in bamboo embroidery hoops, Ghostings, Siteworks 2016, Bundanon Trust, NSW, Australia.

Twilight States and the Edges of Darkness, cotton thread and micro-electronics embroidered on silk organza framed in bamboo embroidery hoops, Ghostings, Siteworks 2016, Bundanon Trust, NSW, Australia.

Twilight States and the Edges of Darkness, cotton thread and micro-electronics embroidered on silk organza framed in bamboo embroidery hoops, Ghostings, Siteworks 2016, Bundanon Trust, NSW, Australia.

Twilight States and the Edges of Darkness, cotton thread and micro-electronics embroidered on silk organza framed in bamboo embroidery hoops, Ghostings, Siteworks 2016, Bundanon Trust, NSW, Australia.

Twilight States and the Edges of Darkness

Artists: Dr Jo Law, Dr Agnieszka Golda and Martin Johnson. Twilight States and the Edges of Darkness is a collaborative site-specific mixed and multimedia installation that responds to a selected site at Bundanon. The work creates a contemplative space for encountering multi-sensorial, and preternatural connections to the environment through the use of engendered flora in New South Wales. Images of these plants are expressed through embroidered textiles, sculptural forms, and micro-electronics. The audience is encouraged to explore the shifting quality of the work from day to night. Twilight States is a gentle intervention in the landscape that reminds us of our connections to the ecosystems to which we belong.
This project is funded by Faculty Challenge Grant, The Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts, University of Wollongong.

Date
2016
Type
Collaborative site-specific mixed and multimedia installation
URL
bundanon.com.au/2016-Artworks/twilight-states-and-edges-darkness-jo-law-and-agnieszka-golda/