Current Exhibitions
Sphera – Vivid Light 2014
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Radiating a ghostly white light, Sphera is a large, ethereal globe that beckons you towards it, inviting you to explore its mystery through touch. As you make contact with the orb, it comes to life, emitting incandescent sparks of light. There’s a kind of wizardry in being able to control light directly with your hands; […]

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Chromatic Motions – Vivid Light 2013
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CHROMATIC MOTIONS by Thi Nguyen CHROMATIC MOTIONS is a virtual instrument that allows users to paint on a virtual canvas with their body. The installation analyses live-feed from users and converts shape and motion into colours. This is designed to work with any number of people and in the interaction is very simple – touch […]

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sparkly eyes : psychic spies : RV
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      The term Remote Viewing carries with it an air of mystery. It is often associated with secret military programs to exploit the powers that — for most of us — lie dormant in our minds. Some find it ironic that it was the military that sought to unlock those powers — and […]

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Return of the Divine Feminine by Stephen Hamper
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Location
66 Goulburn Street
Sydney NSW 2000
 

There is the Divine Feminine within All. Both men and women. In these times we must awaken this part of ourselves and recognize her timeless presence in transforming our world into harmony and Sacred Union.

- Laura Magdalena
(The Return of the Divine Feminine)

Restoring the Balance of Humanity and Nature

Through embracing the divinity of the Earth and surrendering to the will of nature, the heart of truth and unconditional love can be found. If we dissolve the barriers that separate us from each other and the source, and activate our higher minds in the work we do to create change, our actions will create ascension and shift us into a magical, enlightened and liberated existence.

– Laura Magdalene
(Cosmic Gaia)

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Thi Nguyen
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Location
66 Goulburn Street
Sydney NSW 2000
 

Geometric work lends itself well to graphics as they are the simpliest of forms you can use to create complex forms. I like using geometry to design letters because it implies unlimited combinations. I think it’s interesting in relationship with words and the whole notion of language. I cannot think of a single piece of art that exists without geometric or mathematical considerations. Geometry is like the skeleton underneath the skin of art.

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