The latest research has involved taking 2 pairs of co-workers to Kampong Thom, Cambodia. The company gifted the money to build a school in a rural area for 165 year 7-9 students and the co-workers gifted time and talent to the Provincial of Education assisting with a Master Building plan for the province. The research has included an investigation into their attentiveness and aesthesis to human equity.
I spoke at a conference in Adelaide about The Well Water Project. This has been a studio-like investigation for the final part of the PhD research. I have been interested in the relationships formed between the community, teachers and project managers as we help with supplying flowing water to toilets and hand washing facilites at schools in rural Cambodia
Air is a Gift – ‘tendrils’installed
‘Air is a Gift’ This sculpture is about air movement and the idea that air is ever present. Air is essential for life; human and non-human alike. Air transcends time. This work asks the questions; How old is air? What happens to air in the future? Air was here before humans and will be here after humans leave the planet.
For the next couple of posts I will investigate the relationships of sentient beings living together. My sister has chosen to live on Flinders Island in Bass Strait between… Read more Nell – working dog →
please go to blog.littlesun.com As part of my ongoing volunteer work in Cambodia, I took 10 Little Suns with me to give to families in off grid houses. It was a great opportunity to experience the Little Sun project and its impact.
This has been a great week to experience an unending array of different artworks all attempting to communicate the concept of global warming. There has also been a range of… Read more ArtCOP21 →
The gift infiltrated daily life in Paris. Engaging with people in shops was the easiest method of distribution. Random gifting was difficult as people were guarded in the street and… Read more the gift →