night garden

People really responded to the ‘underground’ feeling - the dankness and this sense of things being fecund - and a space was being revealed to them that they’d never seen before, that’s exciting for our imagination.

It’s brought together so many different people; and I think all of those people feel a sense of ownership of it - our students, the students at the school, the community. It’s about using creative processes to connect and cultivate new kinds of engagements and relationships. It’s a way of re-calibrating and, in the true sense of the word,‘regenerating’.
— Lucy Bleach, Tasmanian College of the Arts
Metamorphosis is the most profound of all acts.
— Catherynne M. Valente, In the Night Garden

Client: University of Tasmania, Tasmanian College of the Arts
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Mediums: video, photo