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Several ACI Members are involved in Floating Land – Point to Point

Dates:        Sat 12th October to Sun 27th October.
Location:    Boreen Point, Noosa National Park and points in between.

Miles Allen and Sam Taylor’s Collaboration

Miles Allen and Sam Taylor of Project Fort Awesome have work in the
biennial outdoor sculpture event, Floating Land. Their work is called Equidistant, and consists of two identical bamboo spheres at Boreen
Point, one on land and one on Lake Cootharaba, which ‘talk’ to each
other at night.

For more information go to https://www.floatingland.org.au/.  Having just uninstalled their work at SWELL Sculpture Festival at Currumbin, it’s been a busy time for them both.

Find out more about Miles Allen and his art at www.milesallen.com, and Sam Taylor and Fort Awesome at https://www.projectfortawesome.org/.
Follow on Instagram:  @miles_allen_artist;   @projectfortawesome

Miles Allen and Sam Taylor's Collaboration - Equidistant, Floating Land - Point to Point 2019

Miles Allen and Sam Taylor’s Collaboration – Equidistant, Floating Land – Point to Point 2019

Yanni van Zijl and Pam Walpole’s Collaboration

Pam Walpole writes, “Having bathed in the success of the Environmental Award for our art installation Sea Spirit at SWELL Sculpture Festival at Currumbin, and independently participated in Sculpture on the Edge at Maleny, Yanni Van Zijl and Pam Walpole are once again collaborating as Art forARTsake in Floating Land: Point to Point, with their installation  – A Plague of Polypods. Set in Three locations from Boreen Point to The Noosa Regional Gallery and along the rocky foreshore of Noosa Heads leading to the Noosa National Park, their work once again carries the environmental message of plastic in our oceans.

Are they some alien living pods that are invading our beaches or polyps evolving from the invasion of microplastics?

Are they some alien living pods that are invading our beaches or polyps evolving from the invasion of microplastics?

Polypods. Beautiful shimmering coral-like pods have morphed from the sea bed to repose along our shoreline.

Polypods.
Beautiful shimmering coral-like pods have morphed from the sea bed to repose along our shoreline.

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