As part of the Sydney Festival, an array of light and sound sculptures are being displayed at the Chinese Garden at Darling Harbour. The light displays are varied, but the sounds are mostly strange and ghost-like. There is also liberal use of smoke, adding to the eerie atmosphere.
Mirazozo by Architects of Air is a giant jumping-castle-like thing at the front of the Opera House. Built in 2010, it has been around many places in the world, and has finally made it here down under.
The 17th Biennale of Sydney – a contemporary arts festival held every 2 years. This was the first year I attended. There were events at various venues, but we only went to Cockatoo Island, an old industrial island in Sydney Harbour just off Balmain. Even then, it took us the whole day to walk around […]
After Taipei, we went to Kaohsiung, a city in the south where an old friend lives. We went the day after Wasabi , which meant I was half dead and looking for a toilet every 15min. I mean, seriously, I hadn’t been that sick for years. Anyway, we went to a few places, including Fisherman’s […]
Love River is a famous river in Kaohsiung, in southern Taiwan. It was quite clean for a river in the middle of a big city. Apparently it used to be very dirty until about 30 years ago, when the government started to clean it up. Now it is a major tourist area. Around it were […]
Vivid was on again. We got a few people together to see the Fire Water show. This time, we knew to get there 1hr early to ensure we had a space to put our tripods. Even then, most of the space was taken by other photographers already. We all huddles in anticipation and swapped stories […]