The latest artistic collaboration between Kenzie Larsen, William Mansfield and Eddie Sharp opens at Sydney’s First Draft Gallery on 23 November. The artists describe their latest creation, Grand Chasm, as ’an installation and naturally occurring wonder’. “Human intervention of special effects to change or enhance natural wonders is a magical union in the eyes of […]
November 7th, 2011
The latest artistic collaboration between Kenzie Larsen, William Mansfield and Eddie Sharp opens at Sydney’s First Draft Gallery on 23 November.
The artists describe their latest creation, Grand Chasm, as ’an installation and naturally occurring wonder’.
“Human intervention of special effects to change or enhance natural wonders is a magical union in the eyes of our collaboration,” say the artists.
“We think that theatric devices (lights, stories, ghost tours) coupled with nature’s own mystical displays distort our experiences of nature’s majesty and align them more with the uncanny rather than the natural.”
Grand Chasm is sure to engage all the senses. Find out more on the collaborative here.
What: Grand Chasm
Where: First Draft, 116-118 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills NSW
When: 23 November – 11 December (opening night: 23 November 6-8pm)
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