"Anandagram (meaning ‘blissful place or village’) is a wry take on a situation of implicit privilege, manicured natural beauty and serenity, soon to be ambushed by sonic intrusions, banal, familiar and occasionally unexpected."
Sanskriti Gallery, Mehrauli, South Delhi, India (2007)
Produced during Sanskriti Artist residency, South Delhi, India (2007).
Support from Creative New Zealand Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa.
Human-scale projection or LCD screen (of minimum size 55”).
Screen in an continuous loop with stereo audio.
An upside-down world view intersecting ecology, geometry, nature, signs and portents.
Seventeen hot air balloons and a brass band.
A synchronised two screen installation, contrasting a birth and a death.
A world-upside-down meditation on water, refracted light and reflections on geometry, ecology, nature, signs, and portents.