Thursday, 13 October 2016

Wynyard Street, Terraced

"Terraced" is a multi-site photographic installation that places large-scale images of terraced houses on other buildings around the city. The side wall of this convenience store on the corner of Wynyard Street and York Street features one of these displays. The artworks were photographed by artist James Voller has photographed in inner city suburbs such as Redfern, Darlinghurst and Surry Hills. It is part of the "Art and About Sydney" which features temporary art installations around the city

15 comments:

  1. I never could understand this ephemeral stuff.

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  2. From your photo I would not have known this was a photo mural on the side of the building. Interesting.

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  3. The side photos of terraces are delightful; the front facade of the EzyMart has too much advertising.

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  4. Took me a while to figure it out! I'm just too literal!

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  5. Hello!:) It is phenomenal deception, and I thought it was real at first.

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  6. Interesting street scene. It does look quite real!

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  7. Even the lower ones have fences. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. So interesting. I first read the title as Wayward Street...

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  9. And so we are actually taken a bit fooled by something that actually is not there.

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  10. How fantastic is that. Super deceptive but done so well.

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  11. What an interesting concept. Almost a shame that it's temporary!

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