Language of flowers
Immersive experiences with thousands of handmade crepe paper flowers. Memories and meaning to people of all ages. Flowers are one of the delights of nature. Used as a way of communicating symbolically since ancient times. Did you know during the Victorian Era, floriography - the use or arrangement of flowers, became a secret way to express coded messages that Victorian etiquette held too delicate or intimate to express directly.
I loved collaborating with Hayley Curnow on this series of flower installations.
Yangon Alley Garden – A Community Based Art Project
Grant Funder: DFAT Australia – ASEAN Council Grants, Yangon, Myanmar, 2020
Language of Flowers: Spring Flower Gallop \ Installation
Commissioner: Crown Perth, Crown Towers, Perth, Australia, 2018
Language of Flowers: Fashion Meets Flowers \ Installation
Commissioner: Lakeside Joondalup, Joondalup, Australia, 2016
The Language of Flowers: Chandelier \ Installation
Commissioner: Perth Royal Flower Show. Shenton Park, Australia, 2016
The Language of Flowers \ Installation
Commissioner: FORM PUBLIC2016 PLATFORM. Claremont, Australia, 2016