A Tour Through the Torheidingen Garten
|A Tour Through the Torheidingen Garten||2002||sound installation||inimitables|
|A vista into the garten||Artwork, image © Perdita Phillips. Photography Acorn Photographers||to map|
|sound installation using portable CD players||installation||$2200|
|and 30 minute sound track in 5 versions||edition 50/50||cd soundtrack (one random version)||$22|
|11 vinyl transfer images, CD players and soundtracks|
|Project: Spiral walk||2002||Basel, Switzerland; Huningen, France; Weil am Rhein, Germany|
|Exhibition: Mnemotech||2002||Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts|
A sound project utilising personal walkmans to tour a gallery space. The work was made for the exhibition, Mnemotech, a show about memory, whilst the artist was resident in Germany. The image shows one of 11 stops. The narrative encourages the participant to picture in their minds the wondrous follies of the Torheidingen Garten.
The littleman – a statue that appears to be much more important than it really is (referring obliquely to a prominent politician of the time).