Artists on the Walkpath 2010

So I do a few things. One of those other things is installation.

I have been part of an event called Artists on the Walkpath.

My piece titled “Breathing Zone” is described by a quote from Lee Iacocca, CEO/Chairman, Chrysler Corporation, 1979-1992. “We’ve got to pause and ask ourselves: How much clean air do we need?”

“Breathing Zone” shows a cubic space of pure air suspended in its fragile existence located in suburbia; fighting selflessly to clean our foul air.

The fourth ‘Artists on the Walkpath’ on the Toni Di Scerni path between Bardon Park, Maylands and Banks Reserve, East Perth. Saturday 27 March and Sunday 28 March 2010.

Artists created temporary artwork installations that respond to the local environment. The project aims to provide art for the enjoyment, surprise and interest of the community. The site specific artworks are installed for one weekend only as part of the Autumn River Festival.

Those involved include professional artists and arts workers through to younger emerging artists and art students. Including; Jo Darbyshire, Rebecca Sheardown, Gabby Mazalevskis, John Greeuw, Simon Giraudo, Richard Foulds, Chris Reimer, Giovanni DiDio, Melissa Hurd, Josie Flynn, Helena Bogucki, Eva Fernandez, Jed Lever, Linda Fardoe, Joanna Sulkowski, Melissa Carey, Sharon Williams, Amber Harries, Selga Esots, Peter Dallimore and Andrew Laurie.

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