Be immersed in 3D light projections and music for the first time inside the historic 1822 Martello Watchtower at La Perouse. Marvel at luminous sea life. Experience the mysterious oceans as they were recorded 234 years ago, before colonial impact. Hear successful stories saving sea creatures. And be inspired to take action to lessen the climate emergency.1542 Anzac Parade, La Perouse
Jacqui North presents her sixth light artwork in an exciting collaborative series transforming colonial sites. Created with animator Daniel Farrell, sound artists Tonalist and Seb Blach, in partnership with Be Productions. Featuring Roxanne Fea’s underwater photography, an André Mozer sculpture and Garry Purchase’s artworks, which will be animated for the first time. Garry is a Dharawal, Bidjigal, and Dhungutti artist. TimeOut calls Jacqui’s installations ‘mesmerising portals,’ and Green Left described them as ‘the people’s Vivid.’
A La Perouse Museum event. Meet at the Macquarie Watchtower on the La Perouse Headland.
Please be aware this will take place in a darkened and enclosed heritage space lasting approximately 20 minutes. The Watchtower has limited disabled access (there are two steps into the structure). Some climate change images may be confronting for some viewers.
Please note: this event involves timed entry with pre-purchased tickets every half hour between 11:30am – 12:30pm and 2:00pm – 3:30pm on Saturday April 30, and between 11:00am – 12:30pm and 1:30pm – 3:30pm on Sunday May 1.
Patrons please note, the following sessions have sold out: 11:30am Saturday, 12pm Saturday and 3:30pm Saturday.
Date: SAT 30 APR 2022
Location: Macquarie Watchtower, 1542 Anzac Parade, La Perouse