Observations

Map for Meridian Walk

July 16, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 24: Sydney Town Hall Rooftop

July 1, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

July 2020 Southern Sky Guide

July 1, 2020

Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences
What’s in the sky this July? Constellations Constellations represent groupings of stars that have been given a name. For millennia they have been used as a tool to share significant cultural stories.

Station 23: On the abandoned façade

June 30, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Meteorites in the Collection

June 30, 2020

Catherine Polcz
Today marks the 112th anniversary of the Tunguska explosion, the worst meteor event in recent history. On 30 June 1908, witnesses saw an asteroid enter the atmosphere and explode, creating an airburst that flattened trees and killed hundreds of reindeer in Siberia.

Station 22: Druitt Place

June 29, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 21: under the footbridge on Market Street

June 28, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 20: in front of City Mart on Market Street

June 27, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 19: Archway next to Vicolo Café

June 26, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 18: In archway after Nando’s

June 25, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 17: Kent Street Doorway

June 24, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 16: In the laneway at Number 40 King Street

June 23, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 15: Electrical box in front of Air China

June 22, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 14: Air Ninguini number 100

June 21, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 13: York Lane

June 20, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.