ONLY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF AN OBSERVER SITUATED UPON THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH DOES DAY AND NIGHT OCCUR

ONLY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE
OF AN OBSERVER SITUATED UPON
THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH
DOES DAY AND NIGHT OCCUR

April 2009
The Narrows
Melbourne

context: Installation incorporating architectural appropriations, posters, image work and four tonnes of concrete bricks

MATERIAL NOTES // bricks: laid with assistance from Warren Taylor, Merryn Lloyd, Ben Hobson, Simon Martinus, Sophia Mitchell, and Matt Hinkley // pine beams: winched up through the window with assistance from Warren Taylor and Olivia Barret // rope (orange): 20 linear meters installed between the corridor and the office of the next building with assistance from Rob Nudds // rope (white): from corner to floor // masking tape: applied at the limit of arm’s reach, encircling the room // gallery lights (main space): off // gallery lights (office): on // store room lights: on // fluorescent lights (mobile): one naked, one wrapped in pink paper //

gratitude to: Warren Taylor, Olivia Barret, Saskia Schut, Anna Ephraim, Terri Bird, Adrian Parr, Caterina Riva, Candy Mitchell & the City of Melbourne, Geoff Robinson, Barry Newey & Image Paving, Adbri Masonry, Studio Round, Books@Manic, Merryn Lloyd, Ben Hobson, Simon Martinus, Sophia Mitchell, Matt Hinkley, Spiros Panigirakis and Scott Mitchell.