auditorium (at strand ephemera) suitcase/”floor house” © picture by alide
townsville, queensland, australia
strand ephemera 2017 is the ninth instalment of the north’s sculpture festival and is supported by major sponsor glencore.
staged over ten days and nights, the festival transforms the strand into a 2.2km exhibition space for all to enjoy. 25 artworks will be competing for the major $10,000 award for artistic excellence, once again displayed alongside a selection of curated and non-competitive artworks, and vibrant performances and programs.
28th july 2017, at 06:30 pm
the rock pool headland
corner howitt st and the strand, townsville
welcome to strand ephemera!
keila (kohila) river © picture by alide
© photo by alide
from sunday to monday
© pictures by alide
“from my village I see as much in the universe as you can see from the earth… so my village is as big as any other land. because I’m the size of what I see, not the size of my height… “ (VII by fernando pessoa’s heteronym alberto caeiro)
auditorium © pictures by alide
and “die leichte stille”, drachenflug objekt by marcel lawrence (deutschland) at windkunstfestival “bewegter wind”, “changing horizons”, offenberg, northen hesse, germany
© picture by marcel lawrence
cheers, time for celebration! emotional landscapes first anniversary season kicks off with the exhibition opening at the top of offenberg (northen hesse, germany), during the windkunstfestival “begweter wind”, “changing horizons”. our installation AUDITORIUM is looking forward to meet you in person! exhibition is opened: from 15th of august until 28th of august 2016.
katri © picture by alide
northen hesse, germany
art interacts in northern hesse with wind and weather: “moved wind” stages wind art in this varied landscape. valleys, heights, cityscapes form background, reference and sometimes counterpoint to the landscape exhibition. wind objects, installations, performances and video art promise nature experiences in specific landscape situations. wind is visible and experiencable between art, meteorology and mythology.
the exhibited works focus “changing horizons” in many different ways: movement within landscapes. changing personal horizons and kens. perspectives. insights. utopias. boundless wind. renewal. relocation.
alternating wide views and wood cabinets await visitors at the exhibition tour on burgberg in trendelburg-deisel. in hofgeismar there are two venues: the offenberg itself is a landscape sculpture with impressive flora. the theodor-rocholl park at the station provides a stage for the small river esse. satellites with seperate artworks promise stunning views and vistas: the friedenseiche as a nature phenomenon and oberhaldessen with its 4 wind turbines. we invite you to rediscover this landscape with art and wind.
14th august 2016, at 11:00 am
welcome in the wind art country nordhessen!
bewegter wind © venues map by bewegter wind