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"I’m interested in how aspects of the environment are used by individuals to tell their story. My artistic habits include; mimicry, creating dream like experiences, and focusing on the relationship between viewer and artist.  I use sculpture, installation (often from found objects), and performance."

more about Klara Kelvy

Klara Kelvy

'Hide'

             

The construction of ‘Hide’ was a negotiation between the imposition of the urban fence and the irresistible power of the forest. The Australian native timber fence used to construct Hide reflects part of the history of settlement. The final stages of ‘Hide’ will be the process of the forest growing over and reclaiming the fence.

 

‘Hide’ provides a quiet space for contemplation in the forest environment.     

‘Hide’ is a functioning bird hide. Sightings can be recorded on the blackboard.