The 18th Biennale of Sydney is on. Yay! And the weather on the weekend was perfect for exploring some of the projects and performances on Cockatoo Island. I had planned to do a post about everything I saw but there is just too much to cram into a single post. So, inspired by the foggy morning in Sydney today, I have decided to start with Fujiko Nakaya’s fog installation, Living Chasm.
I saw photos of this popping up on Instagram and knew I had to see it for myself. And I wasn’t disappointed. You have gotta love art the you can walk in, around and over! Fujiko uses pure-water fog to create her ephemeral sculptures. And what makes this even more impressive is that she is almost 80 years old! Amazing.
Who would have guessed it was a bright and sunny day from looking at the images above?
And yep! That’s me above, taking photos of the fog.