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Ever Sun by Rochelle Haley

Where
Wilmot St
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
When

Every day, all day Friday 5 February to Sunday 11 July

Cost

Free

Ever Sun is a suspended installation on Wilmot Street. Visit at different times of day to see the full effect!

Opening the public space to a play of light that changes constantly, Ever Sun responds to the mood of the weather and the natural environment throughout the day.

The artwork is an uplifting sense of colour, light, passage, and hope for the city.

The work was exhibited at Carriageworks in October 2020, originally commissioned by Performance Spaces for Liveworks festival as 3 veils of coloured beads. 2 more veils have been created to suspend above Wilmot Street.

Ever Sun reflects the arches from the surrounding architecture in the city and other points sightlines of the street.

This is part of the City of Sydney's temporary laneway art program.

Want to know more? To celebrate the new laneway artwork commissions, the City of Sydney is offering free City Art guided walking tours of public art, led by local artists. You can see this artwork, along with Barlow Street Forest by Dirt Witches, on the Chinatown at Night Walking Tour. For more information and to book tickets, visit City Art, City of Sydney on Eventbrite.

How to find the artwork: On the George Street end of Wilmot Street.

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City of Sydney

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