Lily Pads

4 - 14 March

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A must see @Enlighten Festival this year are the many installations scattered in and around the National Triangle & City Centre.

Lily Pads is a playful interpretation of the classic lily pad and is constructed from Australian made, recycled, carbon neutral polypropylene. The vibrant natural nature of the polypropylene means the lily pads have a strong day presence allowing the audience to engage with the work during the hours of sunlight. When the sun sets, animations are projected onto the artwork, bringing it to life in a dynamic and eye-catching way.


About the artist

Atelier Sisu is an award-winning Sydney-based art practice, lead by Peruvian sculptor and industrial designer Renzo B. Larriviere and spatial architect and artist Zara Pasfield. The pair work with a multi-disciplinary team to create experiential environments, installations and unique sculptural pieces. Their direction of work sits between the fields of art and architecture (Art-chitecture), with particular focus in the realm of public art. Each public artwork aims to provide a unique spatial experience for its visitors, while also contributing to the visual identity of a place and promoting community interaction. Atelier Sisu has exhibited their work globally and domestically.


Event Info

When: 4-14 March
Where: Cascade Waterfall, High Court Ceremonial Ramp, Parkes

Parks Place, West Lawns, Parkes Place West, Parkes