"A world-upside-down meditation on water, refracted light and reflections on geometry, ecology, nature, signs and portents."
V Gallery, space#2, Shanghai (2012)
Starkwhite, Auckland (2011)
Installation notesThis is one screen of three.
Three same-size LCD flat-screens suspended on an equilateral support mount. Non-synchronous. Looped.
Stereo audio from each screen, creating a surround mix in the space.
Installation view of Deep Water (2011) Phil Dadson
Anandagram (meaning ‘blissful place or village’) is a wry take on a situation of implicit privilege.
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.