​​​​​​​Inspired by the beautiful maritime industrial architecture in the old covered ‘finger’ wharves at Walsh Bay, Sydney. We discovered  that parts of this area of the harbor are up to 30 metres deep and that the wharves are supported by magnificent native Australian turpentine trees. The lighting installation illuminates the ‘underwater forest’ that exists beneath the iconic wharves, highlighting its intricate patterns and textures aiming to create a spectacular celebration of the beauty of the trees as they rest in their alien and watery habitat. A cycle was created of light reflecting the different states of illumination in a real Australian forest – rain, bushfire, pink sunrise and orange sunset. ​​​​​​​

Size: 300m x30m
Material: Wharf poles and water reflection
Lightsource: LED Wall wash RGB DMX control
IMAGE: finger wharves Walsh Bay SYDNEY

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